Fantasy Basketball (2012-2013): Draft Guide Vol. I
Fantasy Basketball (2012-2013):
Draft Guide Vol. I
BEAST DOME NATION.
Fantasy Basketball is now full force at BEAST DOME as we are gearing towards the start of the season. If you are new to BEAST DOME Draft Guides, you are in for a thrill ride you have never experienced before. Vol. I we will keep it simple. Each week the Draft Guide is updated with new articles. Those articles you will be seeing Daily on this site as we lead up to the big day. Each day you will learn more and more as you dominate your draft. I have a proven track record of winning in Basketball more so than any sport. I know the system in Roto Leagues.
END OF SEASON (2011-2012) TESTIMONIALS
ALL-STAR BREAK TESTIMONIALS
Here is a recap on what we have gone over so far.
WHERE IS THE LOVE? #1 Pick
FANTASY GUARD SLEEPERS
FANTASY FORWARD SLEEPERS
FANTASY CENTER SLEEPERS
And the moment of truth. Here are the Preliminary Rankings that I will be using to compete against all of the Fantasy Basketball Experts on FantasyPros. The Rankings will change each week. The new Rankings will be seen in each of the new Draft Guides.
PRESEASON FANTASY BASKETBALL RANKINGS – VOL. I
Muntradamus is a Fantasy Sports Expert who specializes in Fantasy Football/Baseball/Basketball. He is currently in his first season as a Pro on FantasyPros where he is the only expert to have Adam Dunn, Chris Davis, Mark Trumbo, Ian Desmond, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, and Wilin Rosario in his top 20 at each position. Muntradamus not only leads many to championships with his great advice, and outlooks into the future. He is also consistently on the top of leaderboards in DraftStreet. He was also the #1 Fantasy Football Expert of IDP & Overall Rankings in one week, first time in Fantasy Sports History.
Never played fantasy basketball, but after your advice from fantasy football I’m looking forward to trying it out!
Not sure if you’ll see this Munt, but I have a question. Are your rankings, etc. just for standard roto? The league I’m considering joining is head to head roto, and I’m not sure if there are any downsides compared to standard. I’ve never played fantasy bball (though I am a fantasy football vet), and I would only join if I would be able to use your advice as a crutch.
Can’t express how glad I am for finding the Beast Dome. Cheers.
My Rankings are for the most valuable Roto players who will fill up the stat sheets and not hurt you in the most categories. Or if they do, they make up for it so much in other categories.
You will have fun with the Basketball Beast Dome Community who is patiently waiting for my content. We still have 24 Days till opening day, plenty of content on the way.
Thanks for the response, looking forward to being on board.
I’m joining a 3-player Keeper League with basically no keepers. Other teams are dropping players who I’ll gladly pick up.
Basically, I’ll end up with 4 of the first 6 picks of the following players:
Al Jefferson, Nowitzki, Iguodala, Stoudemire, Bosh, Ibaka, Milsap, Dragic, Greg Monroe, Bargnani, Jennings … there are more. I am planning to take Al Jeff, Novitzki Amare and Iguodala as my top 4. If i have Al Jeff and Amare, do I need Bosh? I will try for Bargnani in the 6th but then I’m sol for guards. Should I try to squeeze Dragic in instead of Dirk or someone else? Any thoughts on strategy? I draft tonight at 6pm PST.