PG: Chris Paul, New Orleans Hornets—Paul is on-pace for his second consecutive fantasy MVP award.
SG: Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat—Scores, passes, and is phenomenal on defense.
SF: LeBron James, Cleveland Cavilers—Doing it all with career low turnover numbers.
PF: Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks—Numbers are o-par with his Hall of Fame career averages.
C: Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic—Leads NBA in blocks and rebounds.
PG: Devin Harris, New Jersey Nets—Top-scoring PG has been biggest fantasy surprise.
SG: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers—All-around production is paired with excellent percentages.
SF: Danny Granger, Indiana Pacers—Granger scores from all over the floor, passes and boards too.
PF: Amar'e Stoudemire, Phoenix Suns—Having a great season in Shaq's shadow.
C: Al Jefferson, Minnesota Timberwolves—One of the NBA's few 20 and 10 producers.
Honorable Mention All-Midseason
Chauncey Billups, Jose Calderon, Brandon Roy, Joe Johnson, Vince Carter, Kevin Durant, Rashard Lewis, Antawn Jamison, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Chris Bosh, Marcus Camby, Tim Duncan, Yao Ming, Andris Biedrins
All-Midseason Rookie Team
PG: Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls—Points, rebounds, and assists with room to grow.
SG: O.J. Mayo, Memphis Grizzlies—Came into the league NBA-ready.
SF: Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, Milwaukee Bucks—Second rounder D's and boards-up.
PF: Michael Beasley, Miami Heat—Hitting the NBA-three at 38.2 percent.
C: Brook Lopez, New Jersey Nets—Potential double-double every night.
All-Midseason Sleeper Team
PG: Chris Duhon, New York Knicks—One of NBA's top assist men under Mike D'Antoni.
SG: Delonte West, Cleveland Cavilers—Three-shooter adds assists and steals.
SF: Jeff Green, Oklahoma City Thunder—Durant's wing-man has stepped his game up.
PF: Paul Millsap, Utah Jazz—Averages 18 points, 11 rebounds with a block and steal in 21 starts.
C: Spencer Hawes, Sacramento Kings—Great versatility from the true center.
All-Midseason Disappointment Team
PG: Deron Williams, Utah Jazz—Injury slowed him but second half of season looks promising.
SG: Allen Iverson, Detroit Pistons—Has only broken 30-point mark twice this season.
SF: Shawn Marion, Miami Heat—Well below career averages on a team that needs help.
PF: Elton Brand, Philadelphia 76ers—Posting worst numbers of his career before injury.
C: Tyson Chandler, New Orleans Hornets—Barley out-producing Greg Oden in much more playing time.