but the B150 consistently beats Rotoworld's rankings and it's either the best rankings out there or close to it every season. I take these rankings into my high stakes competitions and I win with them. I'm a two-time champion of the Fantasy Basketball Association in its five years of existence, which in my opinion is the toughest fantasy basketball league in the world -- including NFBKC winnings leader Eric Wong and a who's who of industry ringers.  In the NFBKC's most expensive league, the Super, I've placed in the money 2-of-4 years. Here's last years haul... Screen Shot 2016-07-24 at 5.34.52 PM While other sites talk a big game and conveniently forget to blurb their busts (Aaron Gordon last year anyone?), we're all about being real with you guys so you can trust us.  Remember Meyers Leonard last year?  We'll never forget. Patrick Beverley two years before that?  Brutal. In case you missed it those were some of my past high profile misses and that's what happens when you produce a set of rankings that is truly fearless.  I'm trying to win a fantasy league here -- not play it safe by staying within the comfy confines of industry norms. And there will probably be one or two big misses this year, too.  But once you get beyond those (and especially if you draft wisely) the hits just keep on coming. That's what happens when hard work and research meets experience.  The B150's blend of proprietary statistical models and a heavy dose of film review leave no stone unturned. Why do all that work?  Aside from the fact that it takes hard work to be the best -- it's an investment.  I like winning money. And if you're not putting your money where your mouth is when it comes to predictions it's okay, and it definitely doesn't mean you're a bad analyst or anything like that. But wouldn't you rather buy your rankings from somebody that's winning? So I got tired of my competition using my rankings against me so we created a structure to give people multiple price points so I'm not getting too hosed on the deal.  This protects our readers, too, as blasting out our sleeper picks too early in the preseason doesn't exactly help you if everybody knows about it. So if you're a website and you want to license the Bruski 150 for your readership, we have a price point for you.  If you're a high stakes player and you want to get your hands on the data early so you can play around with it, we have a price point for you.  If you're a hard core fantasy nut and have multiple drafts that start way before the last weekend of drafting, we have a price point for you. And if you're a draft guide subscriber, not only will you get early access to the Bruski 150 but you can get discounts on the earlier releases, too. So jump on in and put the fear of the basketball gods into your opponents.  Like I said we'll have some misses, but we'll celebrate the vast majority of hits and as we've done in past seasons we'll put you in the driver's seat before the draft has even started. Get 25% off each price point below if you're a Draft Guide subscriber. Early Access for Enterprise: $10,000 On or After 9/17: $500 On or After 9/24: $250 On or After 10/1: $50 On or After 10/10: Free with Draft Guide purchase, $9.99 a la carte **After purchasing the Bruski 150 you can access it from the navigational menu in the Draft Guide section.    " />
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    The Bruski 150 has been a labor of love for me going on four seasons now and in each of them our readers have reported overwhelming levels of success.  Statistics on ranking performance are hard to come by, but the B150 consistently beats Rotoworld’s rankings and it’s either the best rankings out there or close to it every season.

    I take these rankings into my high stakes competitions and I win with them. I’m a two-time champion of the Fantasy Basketball Association in its five years of existence, which in my opinion is the toughest fantasy basketball league in the world — including NFBKC winnings leader Eric Wong and a who’s who of industry ringers.  In the NFBKC’s most expensive league, the Super, I’ve placed in the money 2-of-4 years.

    Here’s last years haul…

    Screen Shot 2016-07-24 at 5.34.52 PM

    While other sites talk a big game and conveniently forget to blurb their busts (Aaron Gordon last year anyone?), we’re all about being real with you guys so you can trust us.  Remember Meyers Leonard last year?  We’ll never forget. Patrick Beverley two years before that?  Brutal.

    In case you missed it those were some of my past high profile misses and that’s what happens when you produce a set of rankings that is truly fearless.  I’m trying to win a fantasy league here — not play it safe by staying within the comfy confines of industry norms.

    And there will probably be one or two big misses this year, too.  But once you get beyond those (and especially if you draft wisely) the hits just keep on coming.

    That’s what happens when hard work and research meets experience.  The B150’s blend of proprietary statistical models and a heavy dose of film review leave no stone unturned.

    Why do all that work?  Aside from the fact that it takes hard work to be the best — it’s an investment.  I like winning money.

    And if you’re not putting your money where your mouth is when it comes to predictions it’s okay, and it definitely doesn’t mean you’re a bad analyst or anything like that.

    But wouldn’t you rather buy your rankings from somebody that’s winning?

    So I got tired of my competition using my rankings against me so we created a structure to give people multiple price points so I’m not getting too hosed on the deal.  This protects our readers, too, as blasting out our sleeper picks too early in the preseason doesn’t exactly help you if everybody knows about it.

    So if you’re a website and you want to license the Bruski 150 for your readership, we have a price point for you.  If you’re a high stakes player and you want to get your hands on the data early so you can play around with it, we have a price point for you.  If you’re a hard core fantasy nut and have multiple drafts that start way before the last weekend of drafting, we have a price point for you.

    And if you’re a draft guide subscriber, not only will you get early access to the Bruski 150 but you can get discounts on the earlier releases, too.

    So jump on in and put the fear of the basketball gods into your opponents.  Like I said we’ll have some misses, but we’ll celebrate the vast majority of hits and as we’ve done in past seasons we’ll put you in the driver’s seat before the draft has even started.

    Get 25% off each price point below if you’re a Draft Guide subscriber.

    Early Access for Enterprise: $10,000
    On or After 9/17: $500
    On or After 9/24: $250
    On or After 10/1: $50
    On or After 10/10: Free with Draft Guide purchase, $9.99 a la carte

    **After purchasing the Bruski 150 you can access it from the navigational menu in the Draft Guide section.

     

     

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  • Marquese Chriss
    PF, Golden State Warriors

    The Warriors have converted Marquese Chriss' Exhibit 9 deal to a non-guaranteed contract.

    Chriss is set to make the final roster, though the team will still have some flexibility in case it doesn't work out. There will definitely be minutes available while Willie Cauley-Stein is out but Chriss could fade to the background if he fails to impress while the team is shorthanded. He's worth a shot in deeper formats, at least for a short-term boost.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    As David Fizdale continues to tinker with his rotations, SNY's Ian Begley is hearing that there is already some grumbling about minutes and roles.

    With the way the Knicks have assembled their roster, this could be coming from almost anywhere. At shooting guard you have Wayne Ellington, Damyean Dotson, Allonzo Trier and eventually Reggie Bullock behind R.J. Barrett. Kevin Knox is playing behind Marcus Morris, and Taj Gibson and Bobby Portis are battling for time up front, with rookie Iggy Brazdeikis lurking in the background too. And Fizdale still hasn't settled on a starter at point guard between Dennis Smith Jr., Elfrid Payton and Frank Ntilikina. Fantasy managers in 12-team leagues will probably want to steer clear of everyone besides Randle and Mitchell Robinson, simply to avoid this major headache.

    Source: SNY

  • Alfonzo McKinnie
    SF, Golden State Warriors

    The Warriors will waive Alfonzo McKinnie, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.

    It's been quite a fall from grace for McKinnie, who was initially projected as the opening night starter at small forward after playing a solid role for the Warriors last season. Ultimately he was undone by having a non-guaranteed contract. He figures to land on his feet, while Golden State's wing rotation gets even thinner. Jacob Evans, Jordan Poole and Glenn Robinson III are going to get more minutes, while this move also means that Marquese Chriss has almost surely made the final roster.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Romeo Langford
    SG, Boston Celtics

    Romeo Langford (right knee sprain) did non-contact work at Friday's practice and could return to full practice on Monday.

    Langford appears to have dodged a bullet with his latest injury, though this may cost him a rotation spot to start the season. He's still a late-round dynasty target but redraft players can take a wait-and-see approach.

    Source: Chris Forsberg on Twitter

  • Robert Williams III
    C-F, Boston Celtics

    Brad Stevens said that Robert Williams wasn't feeling great after Thursday's light work and has re-started the league's concussion protocol from step one.

    Williams was riding a stationary bike at Thursday's practice and today he was spotted getting some treadmill work in. There's no set timeline for a return from a concussion, so fantasy managers will just have to hope for the best. Williams is going to be one of the league's top block specialists this season but isn't necessarily someone that must be drafted in standard-sized formats.

    Source: Jay King on Twitter

  • Zak Irvin
    PG, New York Knicks

    The Knicks have waived Zak Irvin.

    The team just signed Irvin yesterday but he was always destined for the G League.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Chandler Hutchison
    SF, Chicago Bulls

    Chandler Hutchison, already on the mend from a hamstring injury, sustained another hamstring strain and will miss more time.

    Hutchison returned to a full practice on Monday but was scratched from Thursday's preseason game, and now we know why. His continued absence will give Denzel Valentine more ramp to recapture his old form after a year on the shelf.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Iman Shumpert
    SG, Free Agent

    The Bulls and Grizzlies are among teams that have spoken with Iman Shumpert, per Shams Charania.

    Shumpert is still one of the more notable players left on the market, though fantasy owners would probably want him to stay away from already-crowded spots in Chicago and Memphis. Wherever he signs, Shumpert is unlikely to impact the fantasy landscape.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Javonte Green
    PF, Boston Celtics

    Shams Charania reports that Javonte Green is likely the frontrunner for the Celtics' final roster spot.

    Boston converted Max Strus to a partially-guaranteed two-year deal last week, but he may still end up getting cut. Whoever wins the gig shouldn't be expected to play much this season.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Bennie Boatwright
    F, Memphis Grizzlies

    The Grizzlies have signed forward Bennie Boatwright and waived Shaq Buchanan.

    While Boatwright will also soon be waived and sent to the G League, we do have a new contender for best name in the league.

    Source: Grizzlies PR on Twitter