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NBA Draft Guide Preview: PG Rankings

by Rotoworld Staff
Updated On: October 7, 2019, 10:36 am ET

Rotoworld's 2019 NBA Draft Guide has arrived!

 

It is loaded with tools to help you dominate drafts, covering every league depth and format including Roto, H2H, Points and Dynasty. Subscribers get access to exclusive top-200 rankings with in-depth stat projections, 300+ player profiles, schedule grids, position tiers, mock drafts and injury reports. The Rotoworld hoops crew has also written dozens of Guide-exclusive columns and counting! We’ve recently posted 9-cat ROTO, 8-cat H2H mock and a 9-cat Expert H2H.

 

Here's a preview of our crew-wide ranks for point guards! The crew projected each position and we combined them to arrive at one cumulative value. There were some interesting outliers, too, with columns discussing why some of us were very high (or low) on certain players.

 

Note: These ranks are specific to 8-cat! The Guide also has Top-200 ranks for 9-cat, Points and Dynasty.

 

pg ranks preview

 

For every player listed in the ranks, you can also find player previews, like this one for Jamal Murray:

 

2018-19: Murray built on his breakout season from the previous year to average 18.2 points, 4.2 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 0.9 steals, 0.4 blocks and 2.0 3-pointers on 43.7 percent shooting from the field, and 84.8 percent shooting from the line. He set career highs in everything except for steals and shooting percentages, played in 75 games and returned seventh-round fantasy value. His value would have been much higher if he was better in the steals department. 

 

What’s Changed: Not much. They added Jerami Grant and Murray signed a massive five-year, $170 million max extension over the summer. A sprained ankle kept the Blue Arrow out of FIBA for Canada this summer, but he’ll be fine for the start of the season.

 

Outlook: He’s only missed eight games in his three NBA seasons (he has a built a reputation for playing through injuries) and point guard is pretty thin this season. Sure, more dimes and steals, with fewer turnovers would be nice, but he’s a strong Tier 3 point guard and could emerge as a Tier 2 f he continues to develop and improve in the areas we’ve mentioned. He’s going to be off the board by the end of Round 5 in most leagues this fall.”

 

 

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