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Friday February 15, 2008 11:26 am

Dropping Dimes Staff Rankings: Week 17

Posted by Brandon Haraway Categories: H2H, Roto, Site Features,

Welcome to Week 17’s edition of the DD staff rankings, where we rank 20 guys deep at each position according to their weekly schedule, recent performance, and, uhh… lots of guessing.

Let’s jump into the schedules…

The Fig Cap: Enjoy a little break this weekend.

Four games:  Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Detroit Pistons, Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies, New York Knicks, Orlando Magic, Philadelphia 76ers, Portland Trailblazers, Sacramento Kings, Seattle Supersonics
Three games:  Charlotte Bobcats, Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, Denver Nuggets, Golden State Warriors, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Clippers, Milwaukee Bucks, Minnesota Timberwolves, New Jersey Nets, New Orleans Hornets, Phoenix Suns, San Antonio Spurs, Toronto Raptors, Utah Jazz, Washington Wizards
Two games: Miami Heat

Point Guards

1. Chris Paul
2. Steve Nash
3. Chauncey Billups
4. Allen Iverson
5. Baron Davis
6. Jason Kidd
7. Andre Miller
8. Deron Williams
9. Rajon Rondo
10. Maurice Williams
11. Kirk Hinrich
12. Raymond Felton
13. Jose Calderon
14. Mike Bibby
15. Leandro Barbosa
16. Derek Fisher
17. Rafer Alston
18. Jarret Jack
19. Tony Parker
20. Louis Williams

Shooting Guards

1. Kobe Bryant
2. Manu Ginobili
3. Joe Johnson
4. Kevin Martin
5. Tracy McGrady
6. Brandon Roy
7. Vince Carter
8. Ray Allen
9. Dwyane Wade
10. Jason Terry
11. Jason Richardson
12. Michael Redd
13. Monta Ellis
14. Mike Miller
15. Wally Szczerbiak
16. Mike Dunleavy
17. Richard Hamilton
18. Raja Bell
19. Jamal Crawford
20. Cuttino Mobley

Small Forwards

1. LeBron James
2. Josh Smith
3. Caron Butler
4. Gerald Wallace
5. Josh Howard
6. Paul Pierce
7. Carmelo Anthony
8. Andre Iguodala
9. Rudy Gay
10. Rashard Lewis
11. Danny Granger
12. Andrei Kirilenko
13. Ron Artest
14. Richard Jefferson
15. Corey Maggette
16. Grant Hill
17. Stephen Jackson
18. Hedo Turkoglu
19. Ryan Gomes
20. Andres Nocioni

Power Forwards

1. Kevin Garnett
2. Pau Gasol
3. LaMarcus Aldridge
4. Rasheed Wallace
5. Dirk Nowitzki
6. Lamar Odom
7. David West
8. Antawn Jamison
9. Shawn Marion
10. Marvin Williams
11. Al Horford
12. Boris Diaw
13. Chris Wilcox
14. Al Harrington
15. Zach Randolph
16. Nick Collison
17. Drew Gooden
18. David Lee
19. Darko Milicic
20. Udonis Haslem


1. Yao Ming
2. Dwight Howard
3. Marcus Camby
4. Tim Duncan
5. Chris Bosh
6. Amare Stoudemire
7. Brad Miller
8. Al Jefferson
9. Carlos Boozer
10. Tyson Chandler
11. Zydrunas Ilguaskas
12. Chris Kaman
13. Samuel Dalembert
14. Emeka Okafor
15. Andrew Bogut
16. Kurt Thomas
17. Andris Biedrins
18. Mehmet Okur
19. Troy Murphy
20. Ben Wallace



Maybe you should take a step back and look at the big picture.

Would you rather have four games of Billups or three games of Williams?  Most sensible people take Billups.

I’m sorry, I guess I’m having a hard time seeing the logic of the argument “these ranking are pathetic”.

If you have both (like I do), you PLAY THEM! I’m pretty sure I don’t care which one is ranked higher than the other.

Besides, I’m sure if I can come up with a 5 games stretch that shows Billups outperforming D-Will.

It’s not like D-Will and Billups are out there on waivers and you have to decide which one to pick up for the week.

If these were pre-draft rankings, your argument *MAY* carry some weight, but these are weekly rankings. A tool to give owners a hint about where their players fall for the week based on their opponents and number of games.

Round 1 of the battle of the PG’s begins tonight.

If I had to pick one or the other, I go with Billups and his 4 game schedule over D-Will.  Even if their weekly totals are close, I’ll still take Billups and the extra FT’s.

I got a shiny new dime on Billups for the week!

Round one to D-Will!  You might be getting that shiny dime afterall.

I have both, so I’m pleased regardless.

I’m in a FIGHT CLUB format (you win a match-up, you take a player) and have CP3 and Nash too, so PG play is NOT a problem.

We’ll call that round 1A (uncontested)

Nice game by Chaucey, big night from the line.

2 on 2 now, but it doesn’t matter to me, CP3 gave me 9 steals tonight! Sick, just plain sick.

And the week goes to….


You could’ve easily been right also. These rankings are a crap shoot sometimes, but I agreed with Billups being ranked higher for his 4 game sked.

Yeah, D-Will could’ve been ranked higher, but it’s a judgment call. Nash was rather pedestrian for the week, so you never really know…

D-Will was solid this week!

My team put up 250 assists this week, even with Billups missing a game.  Yikes!


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