I love ESPN’s rankings. They are always insane, and they make building extremely strong teams very easy. They base their rankings off of their own unique points-league scoring system, which produces results that will make no sense to category-league players. And since they use them for their category-league draft rooms, we get to take advantage of them. The only downside to ESPN’s rankings is that they make my life very difficult. This is an extremely long list, so get comfy, because you are going to be here for a while. Kawhi Leonard (ESPN – 23) – He’ll miss at least a dozen games, but this is still too low. Leonard should go in the top-15 in every draft. Before the bubble, […]
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