Fantasy Lab: 2009-10 All-Stars
With the NBA All-Star weekend here, it's time to name this season's Fantasy All-Stars and give the players the recognition they deserve. The Fantasy Lab's Fantasy All-Stars are a bit different than the NBA's since we name not just the top producers but also the players who have demonstrated the most value to their teams based on when they were acquired. That's because owning these players is how you win in fantasy.
Moving right into the Fantasy All-Stars, the following players are the top producers at their positions. These are the top-ranked players in the game and there aren't many surprises here, meaning there weren't many value picks. Two top names you won't see are
Not bad, right? If you have any chance of winning it all, you better hope you have at least two players listed there. And logic dictates you'll have at least one of the following players, as well, if you are a legit contender. These players weren't regarded very highly heading into the year, but they have blossomed beautifully and are incredibly valuable contributors, stars and even superstars.
Without any further ado, here are the Fantasy All-Stars based on value:
That's all for this week's edition. Enjoy the All-Star break. Fantasy Ball Above All.