21/22 Preseason Roto Top 150

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When creating these rankings, I took into account much more than just a player’s projected value. I considered whether they come with any major drags, their injury status, and their upside and floor. Due to the nature of Roto, players who are projected to miss a notable amount of games this year are a little more valuable than they are in H2H. In Roto, a poorly-timed DNP in March won’t kill your chances of winning a championship. It will only be a minor inconvenience. Because of this, you’ll see players like Joel Embiid, Kyrie Irving, and Kristaps Porzingis ranked a little higher here than they are in the H2H rankings. You’ll also find the late-round high-upside/low-floor players higher here than in the H2H rankings. That is because in most Roto leagues, you can leave these dart throws on the bench for a couple of weeks and see how things shake out. In H2H, rostering players who start slowly is going to come with a greater penalty. I’ve included plenty of notes with these rankings, as valuing players tends to be a little trickier here than in H2H.

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