The Definitive 2012-13 Fantasy Basketball Trade Value Rankings

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The Definitive 2012-13 Fantasy Basketball Trade Value Rankings
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Ranking NBA players from a fantasy perspective is decidedly different from rating them strictly on the basis of talent. While many of the league's stars—LeBron James, Kevin Durant—are head-and-shoulders above their peers regardless of the criteria used, a number of lesser-known players have become far more valuable in a world where fantasy points are more valuable than the points that they actually score on the court.

The following is the definitive ranking of the top-40 players in the world of fantasy basketball: Don't hesitate to refer to this whenever someone wants to acquire one of the top performers on your roster. Trading a player ranked higher on the list for someone who is ranked lower is strongly discouraged. That said, if you're in a rotisserie league and you need to trade a scorer for someone who will boost your rebounding rank, then feel free to do whatever you feel that you need to do to improve your team.

(Note: Statistics are accurate as of Jan. 5)

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