The long-awaited 2020/21 NBA season just started. That means two things: the return of the great basketball superstars to the court and the return of NBA Fantasy, the great love of many basketball fans. So, Balls and Bells will give you a few tips on some interesting Sleepers you might want to select in the draft.
An underrated player who could be key to your team this season. He signed with Minnesota Timberwolves last season and quickly earned a spot in the starting line-up. He averaged 20.7 points (47.2% FG), 5.1 rebounds, 1.9 assists in 33 minutes per game for Minnesota.
This Sacramento Kings’ promising rookie seems to be ready to exploit his full potential this season. The young point guard nailed it at the NCAA level last season establishing himself as an elite shooter. In his first season as an NBA player, Haliburton may be one of the greatest newcomers and be one of the shooters surrounding De’Aaron Fox and Marvin Bagley.
Another player with great potential for your Fantasy team. He had an interesting 2019-20 season, averaging 20.6 points, 6.8 assists, 3.5 rebounds, 0.6 steals, and 1.9 triples in 31.2 minutes per game for Brooklyn Nets. He is expected to be a top-three option on Nets’ offense alongside superstars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.
The New York Knicks point guard seems to be ready to blow away his numbers. Last season, the Louisiana-born averaged 10.0 points, 7.2 dimes, 4.7 boards, and 1.6 steals, being a reliable and productive option for fantasy mangers. With the signings of Alec Burks and Obi Toppin Payton’s assist numbers will surely improve quite a bit. However, he will need to improve his shooting.
This interesting guard plays for Cleveland Cavaliers and throughout his career he has connected on over 39% of his 3-point attempts. Last season, he considerably improved his scoring average. At 21, this young player promises to become one of the best scorers in the NBA at his position.
The Philadelphia 76ers guard could also be a good option for your Fantasy team. Last season he played for Dallas Mavericks and had a very acceptable supporting role, averaging 24.6 minutes per game. He also had a very impressive 45.2% three-point shooting percentage. Remember his name before choosing your team.
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