It's tough to go wrong during the first few rounds of fantasy basketball drafts for the 2013-14 NBA season.
Even if you can't land a top-tier superstar like LeBron James or Kevin Durant, you'll still have plenty of talented players to build your roster around.
Your selections in the first three rounds of your draft will dictate your roster-building strategy from that point forward. Pick someone like Marc Gasol or Serge Ibaka and you'll be gunning for the rebounds and blocks categories every week; grab Stephen Curry, and you'll have a huge leg up in the three-point-percentage race.
So long as you build around your roster's strengths, you'll be well on your way to a fantasy title.
With that advice in mind, check out the top 25 fantasy basketball players for the 2013-14 season.
Category abbreviations are as follows: MP = minutes played; PTS = points; REB = rebounds; AST = assists; STL = steals; BLK = blocks; TO = turnovers; FG% = field-goal percentage; 3PM = made three-pointers; FT% = free-throw percentage.