*Adjusted for Yahoo’s first major update on September 19th. I want to start this article by saying thank you to Yahoo. Unlike ESPN, they have clearly put some thought into their rankings. It’s always nice to not have to waste hours of my life writing blurbs on why you should not take Jarrett Allen’s backup in the fourth round and why it is not advisable to take a player who is not in the NBA this year (Nikola Mirotic) within the top-100. Yahoo has done a solid job overall, but there are some clear mistakes in their rankings. Most of these mistakes are not too egregious. There are not many players ranked a handful of rounds too high. However, they […]
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