Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Centers

by Tommy Beer on December 12, 2011 @ 08:41:24 PDT

 


Last weekend we released the preseason Top-100 Overall fantasy basketball rankings for the 2011-2012 NBA season; and we have been breaking down the performers at each individual position. First, we compiled a list of the Top 40 guards, then moved on to the forwards. Today we finish up with the big guys.

As I explained previously, at this early juncture - training camps have yet to open and the frenzy of free agency continues to shake up the league on an hourly basis - the fantasy fortunes of many players could change dramatically over the coming days and weeks. Thus, check back regularly for updated rankings....

In addition, it is important to note that, as always, these rankings are based on a nine-category rotisserie league format (the nine categories being: points, assists, rebounds, steals, blocks, three-pointers made, turnovers, FG%, and FT%).

Also please note that any player with center eligibility in Yahoo! and ESPN Fantasy Leagues will be listed below; which means that many players will be ranked at multiple positions, i.e. forward as well as center...

Top 30 Fantasy Centers for the 2011-2012 NBA Season

Rk Player Rk Player
1 Kevin Love 16 Channing Frye
2 Pau Gasol 17 Greg Monroe
3 Al Jefferson 18 Tim Duncan
4 Amar'e Stoudemire 19 Marc Gasol
5 Dwight Howard 20 JaVale McGee
6 LaMarcus Aldridge 21 Andrew Bogut
7 Al Horford 22 Tyson Chandler
8 David Lee 23 Marcin Gortat
9 Chris Bosh 24 Andray Blatche
10 Nene Hilario 25 Anderson Varejao
11 Serge Ibaka 26 Luis Scola
12 Joakim Noah 27 Carlos Boozer
13 Elton Brand 28 Andrea Bargnani
14 Brook Lopez 29 Roy Hibbert
15 Andrew Bynum 30 DeMarcus Cousins

Just missed the cut: Brendan Haywood, Ryan Anderson, J.J. Hickson, Emeka Okafor, Chris Kaman, DeAndre Jordan, Ed Davis, Samuel Dalembert, Marcus Camby, Andris Biedrins, Chuck Hayes

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About Tommy Beer

Tommy Beer is a senior NBA writer for HOOPSWORLD and also serves as the Fantasy Editor. Tommy covers the Knicks and the Nets and is one of the foremost fantasy basketball experts in the business.

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