We have reached October, and with opening night less than three weeks away, ‘tis the season for fantasy basketball drafts.
Below I have ranked my top 150 players for the 2018-19 campaign based on nine-category (points, assists, rebounds, steals, blocks, 3-pointers, field goal percentage, free throw percentage and turnovers) roto scoring formats.
For additional rankings from my esteemed colleagues (as well as over 300 player profiles, schedule grids, position tiers, mock drafts, injury reports and a treasure trove of other invaluable resources), check out the incomparable 2018 NBA Draft Guide.
1. Anthony Davis, PF/C - As long as he’s healthy, Davis is far and away the most dominant fantasy basketball player on the planet.
2. Karl-Anthony Towns, C - KAT is entering the start of his prime, has never missed a game in his career, and will see his usage rate and production spike if/when Jimmy Butler is traded.
3. Giannis Antetokounmpo, PF/SF - In 2016-17, Giannis ranked in the NBA’s top-20 in total points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks, which no player in NBA history had ever done.
4. James Harden, SG/PG - Last season, Harden joined Michael Jordan (1987-88) as the only the second player ever to average over 30.0 points, 8.0 dimes, 5.0 boards and 1.5 steals.
5. Stephen Curry, PG - Curry is one of 8 players with three titles and multiple MVPs (Kareem, Bill Russell, MJ, LeBron, Magic, Larry Bird and Tim Duncan).
6. Kevin Durant, SF/PF - KD averaged 28.8 points (.526 FG%, .409 3PT%, .963 FT%), 10.8 rebounds, 7.5 assists, 2.0 blocks per game in the 2018 Finals.
7. LeBron James, SF/PF - Last season, LeBron became the first player ever to average at least 25 points, eight boards and eight dimes while also shooting over 54 percent from the floor.
8. Nikola Jokic, C - Jokic also averaged 6.1 assists in 2017-18, joining Wilt Chamberlain as just the second center in NBA history to average more than six assists per game.
9. Damian Lillard, PG - Dame is one of only 4 in NBA history w/ at least 10,000 points and 2,900 assists in their first six seasons. (Oscar Robertson, Tiny Archibald, LeBron James.)
10. Victor Oladipo, SG -’Dipo finished the regular season collecting at least one steal in 64 consecutive games, which is tied for the fourth-longest streak in NBA history.
11. Paul George, SF - With Melo in HOU, George should see an increase in scoring opportunities. With improved efficiency, he’ll return first-round value, as he did in 2016-17.
12. Kawhi Leonard, SF - When fully healthy in 2016-17, Kawhi finished ranked fourth overall in nine-cat leagues. Looked sharp in his preseason debut.
13. Joel Embiid, C - This pick comes with great risk due to his worrisome injury history, but Embiid’s ceiling is off the charts. TTP!
14. Jimmy Butler, SG/SF - Even in a “down” year last season, Jimmy Buckets finished inside the top-12 in nine-cat leagues. His value could jump if traded away from Minnesota.
15. Chris Paul, PG - There was some concern if CP3 could mesh playing alongside Harden, but it was a non-issue last season. Mike D’Antoni’s offense is fantasy nirvana.
16. Jrue Holiday, PG/SG - Jrue was a beast in 2017-18, and greatly benefited from New Orleans playing at the fastest pace in the league. The Pels averaged 102.7 possessions per 48 minutes.
17. Kevin Love, PF/C - Love averaged 27.5 points, 14.9 boards, 1.2 steals and 2.0 treys per-36 minutes with LeBron off the floor last season.
18. Rudy Gobert, C - There is a shortage of quality centers, and Gobert is the last top-tier C on the board, boosting his appeal.
19. Kemba Walker, PG - My only concern with Kemba is a potential mid-season trade. Moving out of Charlotte would almost certainly reduce his usage rate and fantasy value.
20. Kyrie Irving, PG - Kyrie was on pace to finish 14th overall last season before being sidelined by a knee injury. He’ll be motivated to prove he’s worth a max contract this year.
21. Ben Simmons, PG/SF - If you are planning to punt 3-pointers or FT percentage, then bump Simmons up on your cheat sheet.
22. Kyle Lowry, PG - Finished last season ranked inside the top-30 despite averaging just 32.2 minutes per game. With DeRozan out of the picture, Lowry’s production should increase.
23. Russell Westbrook, PG - The triple-doubles are cool but Russ finished outside the top-20 in nine-cat leagues last season, and now he’s coming off arthroscopic surgery on his right knee.
24. Khris Middleton, SF - Underrated stud entering his prime. In the 2018 postseason, he averaged 25.7 points (on 57% shooting), 9.6 rebounds, 6.3 assists and 1.4 steals.
25. Bradley Beal, SG - Last season, Beal started all 82 games last season and notched career highs in minutes, FG’s, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks and points.
26. John Wall, PG - Wall appeared in just 41 contests last season and saw his scoring and assist averages dip. Can he bounce back to elite status in 2018-19?
27. Andre Drummond, C - Drummond became the first player w/ at least 1,000 points, 1,000 boards, 200 dimes, 100 steals and 100 blocks in a season since Kevin Garnett in 2004-05.
28. Otto Porter Jr., SF - Porter nearly improved his FG percentage, 3PT percentage, scoring and rebounding averages for a fifth consecutive season in 2017-18. Underrated fantasy asset.
29. Draymond Green, PF/C - Only two players in NBA history have averaged better than seven boards, seven assists, one steal and one block per game over a full season: LeBron and Draymond.
30. Eric Bledsoe, PG - Over his final 30 games, Bledsoe averaged 19.8 points, 6.4 assists, 4.4 rebounds, 2.1 treys and 1.9 steals, shooting a 52.1% from the floor and 40.5% from downtown.
31. Klay Thompson, SG - Dating back to the start of the 2014-15 season, Klay has played in 391 games, the most in the NBA over that span.
32. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF/C - Aldridge finished last season ranked 18th overall, but I’m worried about the arrival DeMar DeRozan eating into his scoring opportunities.
33. Tobias Harris, PF - In 32 games for L.A., Harris averaged 19.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 2.2 triples, 1.2 steals and just 1.7 turnovers. He’s still just 26 years old.
34. Gordon Hayward, SF/SG - In 2016-17, Hayward averaged 21.9 points per game (on 53.6 percent shooting), 5.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists. Don’t sleep.
35. Gary Harris, SG - Harris tends to fly under the radar, but his versatility allows him to stuff the stat sheet on a nightly basis.
36. Clint Capela, C - Last season Capela led the NBA in field goal percentage (.652), ranked second in blocks (1.9), and eighth in rebounding (10.8).
37. C.J. McCollum, SG - McCollum didn’t quite live up to expectations last season, but did rank 28th overall in 2016-17. His efficient game leads to a reliably high floor.
38. Donovan Mitchell, SG - I’m fully aware ranking Mitchell this low means I won’t land him in any draft. And I’m okay with that, as I don’t think he returns value at his inflated ADP. (I explain why here)
39. Devin Booker, SG - He’s injury-prone and drags down your FG percentage and turnover categories. I’m not willing to invest the necessary draft capital necessary to snag him.
40. Blake Griffin, PF - Griffin was was one of just four players to average over 20 points, seven rebounds and five dimes in 2017-18. (Russell Westbrook, LeBron and DeMarcus Cousins)
41. Al Horford, C - Horford struggled towards the end of the season, but still led the Celtics in total rebounds, assists and blocks in 2017-18.
42. Marc Gasol, C - Gasol was one of two NBA players (LeBron James) to lead his team in points, rebounds, assists and blocks last season.
43. DeMar DeRozan, SG/SF - Difficult to project DeRozan’s production due to the move from Toronto to San Antonio, but his floor is high due to his steady offensive production.
44. Myles Turner, C - After an incredibly promising 2016-17 campaign (14.5 points on 51.1% shooting, 7.3 rebounds and 2.1 blocks), Turner took a step back last season. Bounce back?
45. Mike Conley, PG - Please give me all the shares of Conley this year. When he was healthy in 2016-17, he ranked 23rd overall in nine-category fantasy leagues.
46. Robert Covington, SF - RoCo is built for fantasy success; however, I’m a bit concerned his playing time may decrease a bit in 2018-19, as Philly added Wilson Chandler this offseason.
47. Will Barton, SF/SG - Barton played 35+ minutes 31 times in 2017-18 and averaged 19.8 points, 6.0 boards, 4.6 assists and 1.4 steals in those 31 contests. Starter this season.
48. Jamal Murray, PG - Still just 21 years of age, Murray is just beginning to scratch the surface of his prodigious potential.
49. Aaron Gordon, PF - In Orlando’s wins last season, Gordon averaged 19.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists, while shooting 50.4% from the floor and 41.7% from 3-point territory.
50. Josh Richardson, SF - In 2017-18, J-Rich became just the fourth player in NBA history with at least 220 assists, 120 made 3-pointers, 120 steals and 75 blocks in one season.
51. Luka Doncic, SG - I’m all in on Luka. He averaged 20.9 points, 7.5 rebounds, 6.6 assists, 2.1 treys, 1.6 steals and 0.5 blocks per-36 minutes as the MVP of the ACB league last season.
52. Nikola Vucevic, C - Vooch has recorded at least 25 double-doubles in each of the last six seasons, which is the second-longest active streak in the NBA.
53. John Collins, PF - Collins stock is on the rise, as he’ll be one of the offensive focal points of a putrid Hawks team in complete rebuild mode.
54. Lou Williams, SG - Lou obliterated his career-highs in points, FG attempts, assists and minutes last season. However, now w/ everybody healthy, L.A. has too much depth at guard.
55. Jeff Teague, PG - Teague’s value will increase if the Wolves decide to trade away Jimmy Butler and/or Tyus Jones.
56. Jayson Tatum, SF/PF - Tatum exceeded expectations during the regular season, and then took his game to another level in the playoffs. However, the return of Hayward could hurt.
57. DeAndre Jordan, C - He’s led the NBA in FG percentage in five of the last six season and averages over 14 boards per game since 2014-15. Bump him up if you’re punting FT%.
58. Joe Ingles, SF - Is Ingles a sexy pick? No. Is it a pick that will solidify your roster and help you win your league? Yes.
59. Paul Millsap, PF - I’m willing to wager that Millsap bounces back strongly from an injury-marred, disappointing 2017-18 campaign.
60. Ricky Rubio, PG - Averaged career-highs in points (13.1), 3-pointers (1.2), field goal percentage (.418), and 3-point percentage (.352) last season.
61. Hassan Whiteside, C - Which Whiteside shows up? The one that averaged 17 & 14 two years ago, or the one that averaged just 5.2 points in 15.4 minutes during the 2018 playoffs?
62. Goran Dragic, PG - Over the last two years combined, he’s averaged an impressive 18.8 points, 4.0 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 1.0 steals per contest.
63. Taurean Prince, SF - Over the final month of the season (16 games), Prince averaged 20.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 3.1 treys and 1.1 steals.
64. Tyreke Evans, SG - ‘Reke one of just two players to average at least 19/5/5 while shooting better than 39% from downtown in 2017-18. The other two were Stephen and KD.
65. Kris Dunn, PG - Dunn was the only player in the league (and the first Bull since MJ and Pippen) to average at least 13 points, 6 assists, 4 rebounds and 2 steals in 2017-18.
66. Enes Kanter, C - He’s a sieve on the defensive end of the floor, but that doesn't matter in fantasy land.
67. Steven Adams, C - You know what you are getting in Adams, a bruiser that will board, tally defensive stats and shoot efficiently from the floor.
68. Jarrett Allen, C - Allen became the first player in Nets history to shoot over 55 percent from the field and 75 percent from the charity stripe in the same season.
69. Deandre Ayton, C - Averaged 20.1 points and 11.6 rebounds per game to earn Pac-12 Player of the Year as a freshman at Arizona.
70. Nicolas Batum, SG - Back in 2016-17 Batum joined LeBron and Westbrook as one of just three players to tally over 1,000 points, 450 rebounds and 450 assists. Will return to his natural position of SF this season.
71. Kyle Anderson - SF - Started 67 games last season and posted a career-highs in scoring (7.9 points), rebounds (5.4), assists (2.7), steals (1.6) and FG percentage (.527).
72. Dario Saric, PF - Has seen his playing time and production increase in each of his first two NBA seasons. Expect that trend to continue.
73. Evan Fournier, SG - Fournier missed 25 contests last season, but did rank 62nd overall in per-game fantasy production.
74. Jonas Valanciunas, C - Jonas has been solid and consistent, if unspectacular the last few years. Could see a slight uptick in FG attempts with DeRozan gone.
75. Dejounte Murray, PG - Coach Gregg Popovich has been talking up Murray in camp, and the young PG says he’s improved his 3-point stroke. Could be a breakout season.
76. Tim Hardaway Jr., SG/SF - If THJ can bump up his shooting percentages closer to his 2016-17 levels (.455 / .357), his scoring average could climb close to 20 points per contest.
77. Markelle Fultz, PG - Fultz looked fantastic in the Sixers preseason opener, and started at SG over J.J. Redick. His stock will continue to rise until draft day.
78. D'Angelo Russell, PG - Russell has missed 53 games over the last two seasons, and he’s been both inefficient and turnover prone. Talent is certainly there, but so are risks.
79. Jonathan Isaac, PF/SF - Isaac averaged a whopping 2.2 steals, 2.0 blocks and 1.1 made 3-pointers per-36 minutes as a rookie. Sign me up.
80. Jusuf Nurkic, C - Over his final 19 games last season, Nurkic averaged 15.2 points, 11.2 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.8 blocks, while shooting 57.5% from the field.
81. Serge Ibaka, PF - Ibaka doesn’t block shots the way he used to, but he has rounded out his game by knocking down 3-pointers.
82. Julius Randle, PF/C - Over the final 25 games of 2017-18, Randle stuffed the stat sheet to the tune of 19.5 points (on 55.5% shooting), 9.4 rebounds and 3.2 assists.
83. Nikola Mirotic, PF - Mirotic was a monster late last season, but will now have to divvy up minutes with free agent addition Julius Randle.
84. Buddy Hield, SG - With Bogdan Bogdanovic sidelined by a knee injury, sharp-shooting Buddy should see an uptick in playing time early in the year.
85. Jaren Jackson Jr., PF - Jackson’s talent is incredibly enticing, but he’s also the youngest players in the NBA. Will the Grizz bring him along slowly and limit his minutes?
86. Larry Nance Jr., PF - Nance should see plenty of playing time this season, as the Cavs have limited depth up front behind Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson.
87. Lonzo Ball, PG - Ball is working his way back from knee surgery and will be forced to compete for minutes at PG with veteran Rajon Rondo. I’ll pass unless he falls far enough.
88. Wendell Carter Jr., PF - WCJ averaged over two blocks per game at Duke and also shot over 41 percent from 3-point territory. Should see a bump up in PT with Markkanen sidelined.
89. Kent Bazemore, SG/SF - The Hawks need someone to put up shots, and Bazemore may very well lead Atlanta in scoring this season.
90. Brook Lopez, C - Ranked 39th overall in nine-category leagues in 2016-17, his final season in Brooklyn. He should fit in well in Milwaukee, playing alongside Giannis.
91. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, SF - Finished just outside the top-100 overall last season, but expect him to take a step forward in 2018-19
92. Jabari Parker, PF - Pro: Over the first 50 games of 2016-17, Parker averaged 20.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists. Con: He’s torn his left ACL twice since then.
93. Dennis Smith Jr., PG - DSJ shot a putrid 39.5% from the floor and 69.4% from the stripe last season, which dramatically dragged down his nine-cat fantasy value.
94. Trae Young, PG - Atlanta traded away Dennis Schroder to clear room for Young, who averaged 27.4 points, 8.7 assists, 3.9 rebounds, 3.7 treys, and 1.7 steals as a frosh at OU.
95. Harrison Barnes, PF/SF - Barnes is currently dealing with a right hamstring injury which could cost him the entire preseason. Not an ideal way to start the year.
96. Zach LaVine, SG - Zach was understandably rusty last season after returning from his ACL injury, but the Bulls still signed him to a four-year, $78 million contract.
97. Derrick Favors, PF/C - Encouragingly, Favors was healthy enough to start a career-high 77 games last season. Still just 27 years of age, expect him to post similarly solid numbers in 2018-19.
98. DeMarcus Cousins, C - Surprisingly, Boogie seems to be ahead of schedule as he works his way back from his Achilles tear. If you can be patient, the long-term benefit is tempting.
99. Darren Collison, PG - DC shot a career-high 49.5% from the floor and a league-leading 46.8% from deep last season. Have to assume those numbers come back down to earth…
100. Danilo Gallinari, SF/PF - Injuries are obviously a major concern, but he ranked 44th overall in nine-category leagues in 2016-17 when he appeared in 63 games.
101. Eric Gordon, SG - Over the past five seasons, Gordon is one of six players to have
averaged at least 2.5 made treys while shooting 38.0% or better from downtown.
102. James Johnson, PF - Johnson underwent surgery in May to repair a sports hernia and has not yet been cleared for full contract. He may miss the start of the regular season.
103. Jordan Bell, PF/C - I love Bell’s upside if he’s locked into consistent minutes, but I’m a bit concerned about Cousins being ahead of schedule and Damian Jones starting at center.
104. Lauri Markkanen, PF - Lauri was phenomenal as a rookie, but he’ll be sidelined for the next 6-8 weeks due to an elbow sprain.
105. Dwight Howard, C - You know the deal with D12. He’ll provide points, blocks and boards, but will hurt your FT percentage. He’s also currently dealing with back pain, which is disconcerting.
106. Taj Gibson, PF - Taj started all 82 games and averaged career-highs in minutes (33.3) and FG percentage (.577) and FT percentage (.768).
107. Kyle Kuzma, PF/SF - Per NBA.com, Kuz became is the first rookie in NBA history to tally at least 1,200 points, 450 rebounds and 150 threes. Could play some center this season.
108. Thaddeus Young, PF - Thad keeps plugging along, continuing to produce consistently and not hurting you in any particular category.
109. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG - KCP, who shot 38.3% from downtown last season, should get plenty of open looks playing alongside LeBron, Rondo and Lonzo this year.
110. Allen Crabbe, SG/SF - Over the final four games of last season, Crabbe averaged 25.5 points, (on 56.1% shooting), 5.3 boards and 3 assists in 27.9 minutes.
111. Brandon Ingram, SF - Upside is undeniable, but so is the fact that he finished last season ranked 178th overall in nine-category leagues. His game has not been fantasy-friendly.
112. Kevin Knox, SF - Knox lit up Summer League, averaging 21.2 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.5 treys. NY will need his offense with Porzingis out for three-plus months.
113. Malcolm Brogdon, SG/PG - Based on his ADP, I think Brogdon is undervalued. Despite dealing with injuries, the former ROY finished last season ranked 93rd overall in 9-cat leagues.
114. Bobby Portis, PF - Big boost for Portis early in the season with Lauri Markkanen (right elbow) sidelined for 6-8 weeks.
115. Kristaps Porzingis, PF - I’m not expecting him to return to the lineup until February. And he’ll almost certainly see limited minutes and sit out back-to-back once he returns.
116. Jeremy Lamb SG - Lamb is locked into the starting shooting guard spot in Charlotte, and is expected to post career numbers playing in the Hornets uptempo offense.
117. Trevor Ariza, SF - Over the past five seasons, Ariza is one of just three players with at least 4,000 points, 2,000 rebounds, 800 assists and 600 steals.
118. Dirk Nowitzki, PF/C - Not only was Dirk still effective, he was also surprisingly durable last season, starting 77 of the Mavericks first 78 games. He’ll likely come off the bench in 2018-19.
119. J.J. Redick, SG - JJ averaged career-highs in points (17.1), rebounds (2.5) and 3-pointers (2.8) per game in his first season with Philadelphia, but will be bumped to the bench this season.
120. Josh Jackson, SF - Over his final 12 games last season, Jackson averaged 21.8 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.0 steals in 34.5 minutes. However, the forward spot in PHX is far more crowded now.
121. Andrew Wiggins, SF/SG - The talent and athleticism has always been there. Does this offseason’s drama light a much-needed fire beneath him?
122. Elfrid Payton, PG - Elf finished the 2016-17 campaign ranked 94th overall in nine-cat leagues, and is now playing for the fast-paced Pelicans.
123. Kelly Olynyk, C - Solid contributions in multiple categories: points, boards, 3-pointers and favorable percentages.
124. Patrick Beverley, PG - When healthy, Beverly is a quality fantasy contributor, but he’s recovering from (knee surgery) as he fights off Milos Teodosic and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.
125. Isaiah Thomas, PG - Thomas, who was never close to 100% last season, is still without a firm target date for his return to game action.
126. Jaylen Brown, SG - Has shown flashes of greatness over his first two seasons. Can he take another step forward in Year 3? It'll be difficult with Hayward back in the mix.
127. Dewayne Dedmon, C - Dedmon suffered an avulsion fracture of his left ankle in late August. He posted solid numbers when he started last season, but plenty of uncertainty here.
128. Spencer Dinwiddie, PG - Dinwiddie finished third in the NBA’s MIP Award voting last year, but will now compete for minutes with a healthy D’Angelo Russell and Shabazz Napier.
129. Dennis Schroder, PG - Schroder led Atlanta in points, assists, minutes, and usage rate. Now he’ll back up Russell Westbrook.
130. De'Aaron Fox, PG - I was high on Fox as a rookie, but he didn’t live up to expectations. This year, he’ll split time at PG with Yogi Ferrell and Frank Mason.
131. Terry Rozier, PG - Scary Terry averaged a whopping 15.6 points, 6.4 rebounds and 5.1 assists in the 16 games he started last season, but Kyrie and Marcus Smart are back healthy.
132. Collin Sexton, PG - If the Cavs decide to trade George Hill before the deadline in February, Sexton could be looking at plenty of playing time.
133. Willie Cauley-Stein, C - WCS was one of just three players to lead their team in steals and blocks last season.
134. D.J. Augustin, PG - One of my favorite sleepers. DJA has very little competition for PT and has averaged 14.7 points, 5.9 assists and 1.9 treys per-36 minutes over his career.
135. Mario Hezonja, SF - Started 30 games last season for Orlando and averaged 14.0 points, 5.6 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.8 3-pointers and 1.5 steals in those 30 contests.
136. Avery Bradley, SG - He was a disaster last season; but, in 2016-17, he averaged 16.3 points, 6.1 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 2.0 treys per game. Which AB shows up this year?
137. Mitchell Robinson, C - I love Big Meech as a late-round flier. He averaged 13.0 points (on 66.7% shooting), 10.2 rebs and 4.0 blocks in Vegas. He’ll see minutes in New York.
138. Pau Gasol, C - 37-year old Gasol led the Spurs in total assists (238) last season, but also averaged career-lows in minutes, points, and blocks.
139. Wesley Matthews, SG/SF - Wes was a quietly efficient and effective fantasy contributor last season (153 triples), but see his minutes reduced with Luka Doncic now in the mix.
140. T.J. Warren, SF - Warren was a focal point of the Suns early last season, but Phoenix signed Trevor Ariza and drafted pro-ready Mikal Bridges this summer.
141. Reggie Jackson, PG - Has appeared in just 97 out of a possible 164 games over the last two seasons. Even when healthy, his game is not overly fantasy-friendly.
142. Marvin Williams, PF - Low ceiling, but a relatively high floor for Marvin.
143. Mohamed Bamba, C - Coach Steve Clifford said that he's hopeful that the Magic will be able to play Nikola Vucevic and Bamba in the same lineup occasionally.
144. Marvin Bagley III, PF - Last season at Duke he became the first freshman in over 25 years to average at least 21 points and 11 boards while shooting over 60% from the floor.
145. Rajon Rondo, PG - Rondo was one of only five players to average at least eight dimes, four rebounds and one steal per game last season.
146. Rodney Hood, G - Tyronn Lue has said that Rodney Hood will "probably have to be" the second-leading scorer in Cleveland this season.
147. Willy Hernangomez, C - Worth a late-round lottery ticket. He’ll compete with Cody Zeller for playing time at center, but see should plenty of minutes even if he comes off the bench.
148. Jerami Grant, PF - OKC signed Grant to a three-year, $27 million contract this summer. He should see his playing time and production increase with ‘Melo out of the picture.
149. E'Twaun Moore, SG - Played all 82 games and averaged 31.5 minutes per contest last season. Expect him to see plenty of playing time as in 2018-19.
150. Trey Burke, G - In the 23 games NY played after the All-Star break, Burke averaged 15.9 points and 5.8 assists (versus just 1.5 turnovers), while shooting 49.4% from the floor.