CHAMPIONSHIP WROTEN ALL OVER IT
BEAST DOME NATION.
Quicker than a dash of lightning, Tony Wroten Jr. is probably the most undervalued young superstar in the NBA. Who is Tony Wroten a lot of you may ask? Tony is a superstar BEAST who will easily turn the page and be one of the most recongnized players in the Fantasy Basketball world who had zero respect entering the 2014-15 preseason.
“TONY WROTEN WILL BE A 1st ROUND PICK MULTIPLE TIMES IN HIS FANTASY BASKETBALL CAREER.”
For some reason Fantasy Experts expect Tony Wroten to come off the bench and be a non-contributor. If the 76ers are going to win any games this year, they need Michael Carter-Williams and Tony Wroten to co-exist on the court together and be an athletic Guard Duo that is unstoppable in the transition game.
If they do not fit together, (Which they do) you can still expect Tony Wroten to come off the bench and play 28+ Minutes a game and be a superstar who turns into the Lebron James of the offense when he is in the game. Right now Hollis Thompson and K.J. McDaniels are fighting for the starting 2 Spot, but Tony Wroten is clearly the better player between all three, and he will be the one who is seeing the majority of the minutes at that position.
Now that Thaddeus Young is in Minnesota, it is time for Tony Wroten Jr. to be the #2 option in the 76ers offense and have a breakout year. He runs the court at a level nobody can compete with, he gets to the bucket at a level nobody can compete with, he plays very aggressive defense and ends up with a lot of steals and more than enough blocks from the SG position to remind you of Dwayne Wade in his prime.
With a Late Round Pick, steal Tony Wroten off the board before anyone else has a chance. He can be in your starting lineup from day 1 of the Fantasy Basketball Season and be a Stud all year. Ignore the ridiculous ADP he currently owns those Experts have no idea what they are talking about and have never seen him play to give him a Ranking near 208.
TONY WROTEN is MUST-OWN IN ALL LEAGUES THIS SEASON
TONY WROTEN – G – PHI
21 Points. 6 Rebounds. 5 Assists. 3 Steals. 1 Block