NBA player rankings that are up to date are a must have for fantasy basketball managers. With our
tools you can specify your league stats and then to generate customized rankings
based on your leagues settings!

Take a look at the descriptions for our various player ranking tools and choose whichever works best for you.

This tool gets fantasy basketball player rankings by using a
a "Distance from Average" type algorithm. Basically the average of all the stats for all the players is calculated.
Then a player's

*distance from the average* is computed by subtracting the average stat value from the player's
stat value. If the distance is positive, the player is "better than average" by the distance that was computed.
Then sum up all of the distances (for all of the stats) to determine how much "better than average" (or "worse than average")
the player actually is. The higher the total distance is from the average the better the player is deemed to be. Turnovers (TOS) and
personal foulds (PF) are negative stats and are subtracted rather than added when calculating a players rank. You choose the
stats involved so it is customizable to your leagues! [

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This tool gets fantasy basketball player rankings by calculating a single Fantasy Points (FantPts) value for
each player. The player with the most points is the highest ranked. You choose how many FantPts each stat is
worth and the system takes care of all the calculations! You can even choose the dateranges as well as
which positions you want to be included. [

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This tool generates player ratings for nba basketball players by running them through
a "battle royale" type tournament where each player is compared to each other player stat by stat. A certain
number of points are applied for each "win", a lesser value for "ties" and another even smaller value for
losses. The player with the most points is the best player, second most points is second best, and so on. You choose the
stats involved so it is customizable to your leagues! [

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Find out which rookies are performing the best and by how much. This is a great tool for those in keeperleagues
you might be thinking about making some moves for "next year". You can use it to see how rookies have done over
a given time period or over the whole season. And you can even see how they match up to previous rookie of the year award winners. [

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