KEY 2017-18 Fantasy Basketball - Seasonal Rankings

Use these rankings to decide who to draft and where to draft them. FA rankings are based on a players short term and long term value with upside and injury risk factored in. Use these with confidence during your draft and throughout the season.

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John Wall Headshot

Wizards managing partner Ted Leonsis said Monday that he doesn't expect Wall (Achilles) to play for the team at any point in the 2019-20 season, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports. "Our highest-paid player, our five-time All-Star, may not play at all next year. He probably won't play at all next year," Leonsis said, when asked about Wall's outlook.

Wall ruptured his left Achilles' tendon back in February and required surgery, a procedure that typically requires at least 11 months of recovery time. Given that Wall had already undergone surgery a month beforehand to address the chronic Achilles' issue, the Wizards seem content to have him proceed slowly with his rehab rather than considering a potential return to action after the All-Star break. The Wizards could change their stance if the team finds itself in playoff contention and Wall has healed quicker than anticipated, but the team has some extra incentive not to bring the 28-year-old back in 2019-20. Wall is due $37.8 million next season in the first year of his supermax contract, but the insurance policy the Wizards took out for the point guard before signing him would allow the team to recoup 80 percent of his salary.
2:29 pm (EST)
Ben McLemore Headshot

McLemore signed a partially guaranteed two-year contract with the Rockets on Tuesday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

It has been a tough few years for McLemore since the former Kansas standout was a lottery pick back, and he played in just 19 games over the course of the 2018-19 season. However, while it was in limited action, McLemore did shoot 41.5 percent with Sacramento last season, which was by far the highest mark of his career. Under a partially guaranteed deal, he will most likely have to earn his way onto the Rockets' final roster during training camp and preseason.
10:37 am (EST)
Wesley Johnson Headshot

Johnson signed a one-year contract Monday with Greek club Panathinaikos, Eurohoops.net reports.

After being waived by the Wizards in April, Johnson found a light market for his services this offseason and will look to keep his career going overseas. The 32-year-old, who averaged 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 triples in 14.1 minutes per game across 38 appearances between Washington and New Orleans in 2018-19, could resurface in the NBA if he impresses with the Greek club.
Yesterday 9:32 am (EST)
Wesley Johnson Headshot

Johnson signed a one-year contract Monday with Greek club Panathinaikos, Eurohoops.net reports.

After being waived by the Wizards in April, Johnson found a light market for his services this offseason and will look to keep his career going overseas. The 32-year-old, who averaged 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 triples in 14.1 minutes per game across 38 appearances between Washington and New Orleans in 2018-19, could resurface in the NBA if he impresses with the Greek club.
Yesterday 9:32 am (EST)
Wesley Johnson Headshot

Johnson signed a one-year contract Monday with Greek club Panathinaikos, Eurohoops.net reports.

After being waived by the Wizards in April, Johnson found a light market for his services this offseason and will look to keep his career going overseas. The 32-year-old, who averaged 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 triples in 14.1 minutes per game across 38 appearances between Washington and New Orleans in 2018-19, could resurface in the NBA if he impresses with the Greek club.
Yesterday 9:32 am (EST)
Wesley Johnson Headshot

Johnson signed a one-year contract Monday with Greek club Panathinaikos, Eurohoops.net reports.

After being waived by the Wizards in April, Johnson found a light market for his services this offseason and will look to keep his career going overseas. The 32-year-old, who averaged 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 triples in 14.1 minutes per game across 38 appearances between Washington and New Orleans in 2018-19, could resurface in the NBA if he impresses with the Greek club.
Yesterday 9:32 am (EST)
Wesley Johnson Headshot

Johnson signed a one-year contract Monday with Greek club Panathinaikos, Eurohoops.net reports.

After being waived by the Wizards in April, Johnson found a light market for his services this offseason and will look to keep his career going overseas. The 32-year-old, who averaged 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 triples in 14.1 minutes per game across 38 appearances between Washington and New Orleans in 2018-19, could resurface in the NBA if he impresses with the Greek club.
Yesterday 9:32 am (EST)
Wesley Johnson Headshot

Johnson signed a one-year contract Monday with Greek club Panathinaikos, Eurohoops.net reports.

After being waived by the Wizards in April, Johnson found a light market for his services this offseason and will look to keep his career going overseas. The 32-year-old, who averaged 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 triples in 14.1 minutes per game across 38 appearances between Washington and New Orleans in 2018-19, could resurface in the NBA if he impresses with the Greek club.
Yesterday 9:32 am (EST)
Wesley Johnson Headshot

Johnson signed a one-year contract Monday with Greek club Panathinaikos, Eurohoops.net reports.

After being waived by the Wizards in April, Johnson found a light market for his services this offseason and will look to keep his career going overseas. The 32-year-old, who averaged 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 triples in 14.1 minutes per game across 38 appearances between Washington and New Orleans in 2018-19, could resurface in the NBA if he impresses with the Greek club.
Yesterday 9:32 am (EST)
Wesley Johnson Headshot

Johnson signed a one-year contract Monday with Greek club Panathinaikos, Eurohoops.net reports.

After being waived by the Wizards in April, Johnson found a light market for his services this offseason and will look to keep his career going overseas. The 32-year-old, who averaged 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.7 triples in 14.1 minutes per game across 38 appearances between Washington and New Orleans in 2018-19, could resurface in the NBA if he impresses with the Greek club.
Yesterday 9:32 am (EST)
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