• Al Horford
    PF, Philadelphia Sixers

    Al Horford had a rocky first season in Philly, falling to top-80/65 (8/9-cat) value in fantasy leagues and turning in one of the worst statistical seasons since his first two years in the league.

    Horford actually saw an increase in playing time over his final year with the Celtics but he would eventually become a bench option as his fit next to Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons never developed as the team envisioned. It didn't help that Horford's efficiency vanished, with a career-worst .442 mark from the field easily surpassing his previous low of .473 and a .337 mark from deep after three straight seasons north of .355. While Horford remains a high-IQ player, his impact on the game waned as a secondary contributor, even if his 6.9 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 1.5 triples, 0.9 steals and 0.9 blocks were still solid for fantasy GMs — though the blocks were the lowest they've been since his rookie year. The Sixers have some hard questions to answer about Horford's expensive future with the team given the way season one went, and while Horford does enough across the box to remain valuable, it's tough to see how he'll regain his previous top-50 cachet with this roster.