Fantasy Basketball Dynasty Rankings — 2014-15

UPDATE — New Head-To-Head Dynasty Rankings Available HERE

Early on in this offseason, I posted my initial fantasy basketball rankings — the Red Rock 150. Obviously, since free agency and the draft have now taken place, there will be changes to those ranks, which will come later on this year. For now though, I’m targeting the hardcore fantasy players and presenting the first edition of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Dynasty Rankings.

If you don’t know what a dynasty league is, you’re missing out. It’s a close to being a real GM as the fantasy sports world allows and there are a myriad of options to choose from when setting up a league. The basics are that when you choose a team that is your team for the foreseeable future. You keep all players each year, although there are variations with contracts and salaries etc, but essentially, your draft at the beginning of a dynasty league sets you up not just for this season, but for seasons to come. The Red Rock Basketball Listener League, which is drafting this weekend, is a super deep dynasty league. We have 10 teams, with a massive 35 man roster, with salaries and contract length, the whole deal. After we have the auction draft this weekend, I’ll post the results and discuss how things went down. But for now, let’s dive into my dynasty rankings.

DeMarcus CousinsSetting up these rankings, I used the following parameters. I based the players’ values on nine category fantasy leagues, leaning toward rotisserie value. I only used players value over the next four years, so for example, you likely won’t find Kobe Bryant on this list as it’s unlikely he plays the next four seasons. Same goes for Kevin Garnett and probably Paul Pierce. I haven’t included guys not drafted into the NBA yet, so no Emmanuel Mudiay, Ben Simmons, Thon Maker, Cliff Alexander or Jahlil Okafor.

So, here we are, the Red Rock Dynasty 100 — behold and argue to your heart’s content.

  1. Kevin Durant
  2. Anthony Davis
  3. Stephen Curry
  4. LeBron James
  5. Kevin Love
  6. James Harden
  7. Russell Westbrook
  8. DeMarcus Cousins
  9. Kawhi Leonard
  10. Paul George
  11. Chris Paul
  12. Serge Ibaka
  13. Kyrie Irving
  14. John Wall
  15. Carmelo Anthony
  16. Andre Drummond
  17. LaMarcus Aldridge
  18. Eric Bledsoe
  19. Al Jefferson
  20. Damian Lillard
  21. Blake Griffin
  22. Brook Lopez
  23. Bradley Beal
  24. Goran Dragic
  25. Al Horford
  26. Joakim Noah
  27. Derrick Rose
  28. Chris Bosh
  29. Kyle Lowry
  30. Mike Conley
  31. Nicolas Batum
  32. Rajon Rondo
  33. Chandler Parsons
  34. Paul Millsap
  35. Jabari Parker
  36. Ty Lawson
  37. Dwight Howard
  38. Nikola Vucevic
  39. Giannis Antetokounmpo
  40. Kemba Walker
  41. Rudy Gay
  42. Ricky Rubio
  43. Nerlens Noel
  44. Deron Williams
  45. DeAndre Jordan
  46. DeMar DeRozan
  47. Andrew Wiggins
  48. Victor Oladipo
  49. Gordon Hayward
  50. Marcin Gortat
  51. Derrick Favors
  52. Jrue Holiday
  53. Klay Thompson
  54. Larry Sanders
  55. Thaddeus Young
  56. Marc Gasol
  57. Jonas Valanciunas
  58. Markieff Morris
  59. Joel Embiid
  60. Greg Monroe
  61. Monta Ellis
  62. Robin Lopez
  63. Isaiah Thomas
  64. Mason Plumlee
  65. Kelly Olynyk
  66. Jeff Teague
  67. Jared Sullinger
  68. Dante Exum
  69. Michael Carter-Williams
  70. Trevor Ariza
  71. Lance Stephenson
  72. David Lee
  73. Wesley Matthews
  74. Gorgui Dieng
  75. Tyreke Evans
  76. Draymond Green
  77. Noah Vonleh
  78. Julius Randle
  79. Trey Burke
  80. Elfrid Payton
  81. T.J. Warren
  82. Tobias Harris
  83. Kenneth Faried
  84. John Henson
  85. Reggie Jackson
  86. Enes Kanter
  87. Brandon Jennings
  88. Ryan Anderson
  89. Taj Gibson
  90. Marcus Smart
  91. Jimmy Butler
  92. Rodney Hood
  93. James Young
  94. Anthony Bennett
  95. Otto Porter Jr.
  96. Danilo Gallinari
  97. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
  98. Jordan Adams
  99. Omer Asik
  100. Ben McLemore

What do you think of my dynasty top 100? Any glaring omissions? Is your favourite player too high or too low? Let me know on Twitter (@redrock_bball) or via email

11 Replies to “Fantasy Basketball Dynasty Rankings — 2014-15”

  1. Nice looking list overall, I enjoy your website. Looks like you’ve done a great job with everything, a lot of interesting reads. Also welcome to the 30 team league!

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    • Long term, Mason is the better player, I can see Phoenix giving Len more minutes instead of Miles and Mason could develop into a solid starter. Miles doesn’t have the same upside or potential I think

  3. So have have 1st over all pick n kinda stuck between brow n KD.. I know KD is a beast n will carry me hard in the season, but since its dynasty, would Brow be the better investment long term?? and still be able to carry the load to make me a title contender this year? Cuz even tho its dynasty you still got to win titles 1st.. before you can call it a dynasty.

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