Point guard. Shooting guard. Small forward. Power forward. Center.
Those positional designations are starting to mean less as NBA teams adopt more amorphous systems, but each of the Association's 30 teams still has a spot in the lineup that stands out above the rest.
Maybe it's because the best player on the roster plays that position. Maybe it's because so many players can shift out of their natural spots and play there. Maybe it's because there's just so much depth at that spot.
Whatever the reason, and whatever the position, one leading contender has emerged for each squad.
To identify it, I'll be looking at two things.
First are Rotoworld's depth charts and who's listed in the rotation at each position. This is the part where my opinion doesn't come into play. But the second part allows me to subjectively decide which players on the roster can play out of position, and that can make a rather large impact on the final decision.