• Devin Booker
    SG, Phoenix Suns

    Devin Booker continued his ascension as an NBA superstar and achieved the highest fantasy rankings of his career (17th overall in 8-cat and 32nd in 9-cat).

    Booker's ADP in drafts last fall was 29 (ESPN) and 26 (Yahoo), which lines up similarly with the season-long rankings he ended up with. Depending on the scoring system of your particular league, you got pretty much exactly what you paid for if you drafted him in that range. He posted a career-high in minutes (36.1) and free throw percentage (91.6 percent) while taking fewer shots per game (18.0) and upping his field-goal percentage to 48.7 percent (from 46.7 percent in 2018-19). Booker likely would've beaten his current career-high of 147 made threes in a season (twice) had he been given the normal allotment of regular season games. It was recently announced that the statistics accrued in the eight seeding games will count toward players' season stats, so Booker still has a chance (he's at 126 made 3's now). He'll be a borderline first-rounder when it comes time to draft for the 2020-21 season.