NBA Dynasty leagues are made up of two different types. Those who want to win right away and those who like to wait and craft a team. "Dynasty's" usually go to the later, The patient owner will add a guy while he's in a stadium full of 1500 people in a D-League game. Now all keeper leauges are different, if you can only keep one or two players this method isn't your plan of attack. For you deep league guys act fast on my Post All-Star Dynasty league must owns.
- Giannis Antetokounmpo - Milwaukee Bucks
- To Quote Gordon Gekko from Wall Street “ The public’s out there throwing darts at a board, sport. I don’t throw darts at a board- I bet on sure things.” The Alphabet is a sure thing. At 20 years of age they call him The Greek Freak because his talents are freakish. If this guy was in a major sports market like LA, Chicago or New York he would be all you would hear about. Thank god he’s in Wisconsin because that’s the only way he’s stayed under the radar this long. Giannis is a Super Star in waiting.
- The Sophomore player out of France is 4th in the NBA in Blocks with 115. Here’s the scary part, that’s 12 behind the League Leader DeAndre Jordan and Gobert is playing about half the minutes. That’s about to change because Enes Kanter has requested a trade and Gobert is soon to be unleashed. Gobert Can rebound with the best and will be a double double machine. Go get the steal of the 2013 draft
- The 7 foot Center from Bosnia drafted by Chicago 16th overall, thankfully ended up on a Denver squad who has lost its way. Denver will now turn to developing young talent. Arron Afflalo will be traded soon which means the rebuild is in full effect with Nurkic a primary building block. Averaging just over 22 mpg he has put up top 100 value over the last 30 days. Timofey Mozgov is gone clearly Denver has cleared the way
- The 22 year old Missouri standout has spent his time in the D-league polishing his skills and has earned the trust of Byron Scott. His assist to turnover rate has been outstanding in the 2 weeks leading up to the All-Star Break . The Lakers seem committed to bringing him along as the Lakers Point man of the future. He lacks a 3 point stroke and a sub .400 FG% but Patient owners could reap a huge reward.
- Fresh off the Rising Stars Game in NYC. Big Rob has 103 Three Pointers made in 43 games on the year and 5th most in the NBA in the last month. He was undrafted, cut by Houston and is playing with a major chip on his shoulder. Covington is carving out a excellent season on a team where his talents will continue to be showcased.