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Heated arguments. In-depth analyses. Weird, unexplained love for obscure players (looking at you, Gary Payton II!). All of this and much more comes with the Flashy Stats Fantasy Podcast, where our four experts dive weekly into the ins and outs of fantasy basketball. From player rankings to waiver wire pick-ups to drafting advice, FSFP is your go-to podcast to listen, laugh, and learn more about what's going on in the world of fantasy sports. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/flashystatspod/support

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Heated arguments. In-depth analyses. Weird, unexplained love for obscure players (looking at you, Gary Payton II!). All of this and much more comes with the Flashy Stats Fantasy Podcast, where our four experts dive weekly into the ins and outs of fantasy basketball. From player rankings to waiver wire pick-ups to drafting advice, FSFP is your go-to podcast to listen, laugh, and learn more about what's going on in the world of fantasy sports. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/flashystatspod/support

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Rank #1: 5 Fantasy Basketball Players to Add, Drop, Buy Low, Sell High, and Watch (FSFP #026)

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Welcome to the newest segment for the Flashy Stats Fantasy podcast - the (biweekly? monthly? too soon to say) 5x5. In this episode, we debate and discuss 25 players - 5 players to add and drop from waivers, target for low value in trades or sell high on while their value is up, and 5 to look out for - at this point in the 2020-21 NBA and fantasy basketball season. By the way, kudos to you if you can name the last NBA player to get a 5x5 in an NBA game, or even 2 out of the last 5 players - they're rarer than you think! I'll tell you what's not rare though is this episode. It's cooked through with hot takes, both those where we double down on previous claims and others where we talk about new players you may not have thought about for your fantasy basketball team. All in all, this was a really fun episode to record, and we hope that you enjoy it as much as we do!

Also, it needs to be noted that this episode was recorded almost two weeks ago, when we were only 7 days in to the fantasy season. We haven't been able to get it out to you until today, so some of the takes may not be valuable at this point - for example, we tell you to pick up Boucher off waivers, but he's now the number 1 ranked power forward in ESPN owned in 90% of leagues, and we said that Cole Anthony is a must-add when Markelle Fultz got injured - but we still thought that this was a fun and entertaining episode with some good options for players to keep an eye on. Obviously, a lot of these players' values changed with both the James Harden trade to the Nets that sent Levert to the Pacers, Jarrett Allen to the Cavs, and Oladipo to the Rockets, as well as various injuries that players have picked up (you'll see what I mean when you listen), so make sure to keep in mind that when we said to drop Deandre Jordan, that was before Jarrett Allen left the team!

In our upcoming episode, we will be doing a revised and shortened version of the 5x5 as well as talking about the latest NBA trades and injuries, so stay tuned for that, but until then, here are 25 players to check out in fantasy basketball right now:

ADD:

Cole Anthony - Orlando Magic

Chris Boucher - Toronto Raptors

Terrence Ross - Orlando Magic

Darius Bazley - Oklahoma City Thunder

Anyone named Cam - Johnson, Reddish - Phoenix Suns, Atlanta Hawks


DROP:

Ricky Rubio - Minnesota Timberwolves

DeAndre Jordan - Brooklyn Nets

Will Barton - Denver Nuggets

Brandon Clarke - Memphis Grizzlies

Aron Baynes - Toronto Raptors


TRADE FOR: BUY LOW

DeAndre Ayton - Phoenix Suns

DeVonte Graham - Charlotte Hornets

Kevin Love - Cleveland Cavaliers

Kelly Oubre - Golden State Warriors

Donovan Mitchell - Utah Jazz


SELL HIGH:

CJ McCollum - Portland Trail Blazers

Gordon Hayward and Terry Rozier - Charlotte Hornets

Julius Randle - New York Knicks

Myles Turner - Indiana Pacers


WATCH:

Robert Covington - Portland Trail Blazers

Bogdan Bogdanovic - Atlanta Hawks

Bojan Bogdanovic - Utah Jazz

Patrick Williams - Chicago Bulls

De’Anthony Melton - Memphis Grizzlies


If you enjoyed this episode on NBA players to add, drop, sell high, buy low, and look out for for your fantasy basketball team, please make sure to subscribe to the podcast below to be notified for future episodes. If you want to send us constructive criticism, episode ideas, or just chat, you can reach us on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod, on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports, and on email at flashystatspod@gmail.com.

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Jan 19 2021

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Rank #2: Early Season Fantasy Basketball Winners, Losers, and Must-Adds (FSFP #025)

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Alright, it’s about that time. We’re a couple of weeks into the 2020-21 NBA season. The Knicks are over .500, Larry Nance is leading the league in defensive stats, and nothing really makes sense anymore. Which makes it the perfect time to reflect on some NBA players and teams that have surprised us so far this season. The one thing you can count on every year is that the team you draft in fantasy basketball will have winners, losers, and droppable players very quickly. Throughout this episode, we analyze the overperformers, the underachievers, the guys that are still on waivers in most leagues but need to be added now... and everything in between. This is peak Flashy Stats Fantasy Podcast - we debate over whether some players are just hot or are actually better than last season, look back (and at times gloat) over our previous takes that are looking like premonitions, and of course, diss each other's fantasy teams as we wind our way through this episode. It's definitely one that you can't miss out on if you want to improve your fantasy basketball team and have a laugh along the way!

Disclaimer: This episode was recorded on December 28. A lot of these takes or statistics have since become outdated. Of course, we will record episodes ratifying many of these opinions as we go along - another reason to subscribe to the pod and stay tuned!

Disclaimer #2: If you're a fan of the players or teams we talked negatively about or called "losers" in this episode, we apologize... but also, you may be listening to the wrong podcast.

Players discussed in this episode:

Brooklyn Nets - Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Caris Levert, Taurean Prince - Cleveland Cavaliers - Darius Garland, Collin Sexton (big fan of the duo name Sexland btw), Isaac Okoro, Larry Nance Jr., Kevin Love - Charlotte Hornets - Terry Rozier, Lamelo Ball - New York Knicks - Elfrid Payton, Alec Burks, Julius Randle, RJ Barrett (for your own sanity, ignore our Knicks takes lol) - Golden State Warriors - Stephen Curry, Kelly Oubre, James Wiseman - Toronto Raptors - OG Anunoby, Chris Boucher (the new Jonathan Issac - you heard it here first) - Los Angeles Clippers - Luke Kennard, Paul George - Phoenix Suns - Cameron Johnson (early 50-40-90/MVP candidate, according to Mike), Mikal Bridges, Deandre Ayton, Chris Paul - Houston Rockets - John Wall, James Harden - Washington Wizards - Bradley Beal, Russell Westbrook - Detroit Pistons - Killian Hayes, Blake Griffin - Minnesota Timberwolves - Anthony Edwards - Chicago Bulls - Zach Lavine, Coby White, Wendell Carter Jr. - Oklahoma City Thunder - Darius Bazley, George Hill - New Orleans Pelicans - Brandon Ingram - Sacramento Kings - Tyrese Haliburton, Richaun Holmes - Memphis Grizzlies - Dillon Brooks - Orlando Mgic - Terrence Ross - Miami Heat - Tyler Herro - Denver Nuggets - Will Barton (literally lost Giuseppe $800 last weekend by missing a layup)

If you enjoyed this episode on early season winners, losers, and must-add waiver wire pickups, please make sure to subscribe to the podcast below to be notified for future episodes. If you want to send us constructive criticism, episode ideas, or just chat, you can reach us on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod, on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports, and on email at flashystatspod@gmail.com.

We hope that you enjoyed your Holiday season and New Years, and are off to a great start in 2021!

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Jan 06 2021

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Rank #3: Week 1 Waiver Wire Pickups + All I Want for Christmas (FSFP #024)

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It's finally here! The NBA season tipped off this week, and with it, so does a new weekly installment on the Flashy Stats Fantasy Podcast (I know, I know, you're more excited about the latter). Though we recorded this episode before the opening night matchups, we didn't need to see Nets vs. Warriors (sorry for doubting you Kevin Durant) or Lakers vs. Clippers (not sorry for doubting you Luke Kennard) to pick out some of the most over and under owned players in fantasy basketball right now. To us, there is a huge disparity for some players between their actual value and their percentage owned in fantasy, and we point out some of those players in this episode (full list below). After going through some of the most underrated and over owned fantasy basketball players to pick up off the waiver wire week 1 - or as we like to call them, our gifts under the tree and coal for Christmas players - we share our Christmas wishes with you all. Ranging from as big as the Detroit Pistons winning an NBA championship to a healthy season for Kristaps Porzingis, we share all that we want for Christmas to wrap up this episode! The full list of players that we noted for this list (don't worry, we didn't have time to cover them all in this episode) are listed below:

Players under the tree (potential waiver wire pickups for your team):
Duncan Robinson - Miami Heat, Seth Curry - Philadelphia 76ers, Davis Bertans - Washington Wizards, Elfrid Payton - New York Knicks, Wendell Carter Jr. - Chicago Bulls, Goran Dragic - Miami Heat, PJ Washington - Charlotte Hornets, Dillon Brooks - Memphis Grizzlies, Killian Hayes - Detroit Pistons, OG Anunoby - Toronto Raptors, Harrison Barnes - Sacramento Kings, Mikal Bridges - Phoenix Suns

Stocking stuffers (our deep sleepers - under 20% owned - guys to not pick up, but look out for on waivers if they get hot):

Darius Bazley - OKC Thunder, Gary Harris - Denver Nuggets, Joe Harris - Brooklyn Nets, Jae Crowder - Phoenix Suns, Patrick Williams - Chicago Bulls, Aron Baynes and Norman Powell - Toronto Raptors, Kevin Knox - New York Knicks, Gary Trent Jr. - Portland Trail Blazers, Dorian Finney-Smith - Dallas Mavericks, Nemanja Bjelica - Sacramento Kings, De'Andre Hunter - Atlanta Hawks, Shake Milton - Philadelphia 76ers, Chris Boucher - Toronto Raptors, Devin Vassell - San Antonio Spurs, Mo Bamba - Orlando Magic

Over-owned players/Coal for Christmas/Socks for Christmas:

Marc Gasol - Los Angeles Lakers, LaMelo Ball - Charlotte Hornets, Tyler Herro - Miami Heat, Michael Porter Jr. - Denver Nuggets, Gordon Hayward - Charlotte Hornets, Myles Turner - Indiana Pacers, DeMarcus Cousins - Houston Rockets, RJ Barrett - New York Knicks, Anthony Edwards - Minnesota Timberwolves, Bol Bol - Denver Nuggets

If you're curious about any of our picks above, make sure to listen to the episode to understand our rationale behind the selection! We wish we had time to go through all of these players and teams, but we hope that you got enough from this episode to succeed in your fantasy basketball league through your waiver wire pickups!

If you enjoyed this podcast episode and want to be notified for future ones, please make sure to subscribe to the podcst below. If you want to send us constructive criticism, episode ideas,or just chat, you can reach us on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod, on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports, and on email at flashystatspod@gmail.com. Our next episode will likely be a week 1 recap or looking ahead to fantasy week two after a short Holiday break, so stay tuned for that!

Have a safe and Happy Holidays, and we'll see you guys again in the New Year.

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Dec 24 2020

50mins

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Rank #4: Looking Ahead to the NBA Season with The Towel Boys (FSFP #023)

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Guys - the NBA season starts tomorrow! Obviously this may be the shortest offseason in NBA history, but I still can't believe that the season is already here. While it was a compact offseason with little superstar movement, there were a lot of exciting trades, stories, signings, like CP3 to the Suns, the Westbrook and Wall swap, the entire 2025 draft class going to the Thunder, and James Harden spending more time at the strip club buffet than the Rockets practice facility.


Anyways, I am so excited to bring you our first collab episode today. We are joined in this one for a conversation with The Towel Boys, a pair of NBA-based podcasters, where we discuss some of the most exciting teams we are looking forward to watching for the upcoming 2020-21 NBA season. There are 6 of us in this one - yes, it gets a little hectic - and we came up with 5 different teams that we thought made some interesting offseason moves. We talked potential starting lineups, rankings/records predictions, potential MVP candidates, and so much more throughout this episode, and we had a ton of fun with it. For reference, the teams and lineups we discussed were:

Detroit Pistons: Killian Hayes, Derrick Rose (or Delon Wright), Svi (not gonna try on that last name), Blake Griffin, Mason Plumlee

Philadelphia 76ers: Ben Simmons, Seth Curry, Danny Green, Tobias Harris, Joel Embiid

Dallas Mavericks: Luka Doncic, Tim Hardaway Jr., Josh Richardson, Maxi Kleber (or Dorian Finney-Smith), Kristaps Porzingis

Portland Trail Blazers: Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, Derrick Jones Jr., Robert Covington, Jusuf Nurkic

Phoenix Suns: Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges, Cameron Johnson, Deandre Ayton

BONUS team we talked about - Utah Jazz: Mike Conley, Donovan Mitchell, Joe Ingles, Bojan Bogdanovic, Rudy Gobert


We're looking forward to some great NBA basketball this season, and are glad we can get a preview out to you guys before it officially begins!


If you enjoyed this podcast episode and want to be notified for future ones, please make sure to subscribe to the podcast below. If you want to send us constructive criticism, episode ideas, or just chat, you can reach us on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod, on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports, and on email at flashystatspod@gmail.com. Our next episode, which will be releasing in a couple of days right before Christmas, will be a recap of some of our favorite waiver wire pickups for week 1 of the fantasy basketball season. Make sure you stay tuned for that!

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Dec 21 2020

43mins

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Rank #5: TOP 6 FANTASY SFs 2020-21 (FSFP #022)

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In today's episode, we finish off our positional rankings for the 2020-21 NBA fantasy basketball season! Unfortunately, there wasn't enough time before the season's start to go through the power forwards and centers of the league - so hopefully we'll be able to talk about those players more as the season progresses (spoiler: Vince loves centers. He drafts like 6 of them every year) - but we capped off our small forwards series here today with our top 6! If you missed the previous SF episodes, or for that matter the PGs and SGs, I would definitely check those out, but for a full recap of our small forwards from 1-25:

  1. Giannis Antetokounmpo
  2. Kevin Durant 
  3. LeBron James
  4. Kawhi Leonard
  5. Paul George
  6. Brandon Ingram
  7. Khris Middleton
  8. Jonathan Isaac
  9. Kelly Oubre
  10. Tobias Harris
  11. Andrew Wiggins 
  12. T.J. Warren
  13. Robert Covington
  14. Danilo Gallinari
  15. Gordan Hayward
  16. Bojan Bogdanovic 
  17. Duncan Robinson
  18. OG Anunoby
  19. Caris LeVert
  20. Rui Hachimura
  21. Otto Porter
  22. Will Barton
  23. Mikal Bridges
  24. Jerami Grant
  25. Marcus Morris

In all, we really hope that you enjoyed our positions episodes! We had a ton of fun throughout the hiatus, bubble, playoffs, and offseason, and we're incredibly excited for the season to start. We hope that our annoying debates, listing of every NBA player's free-throw percentages, and Charlotte Hornets slander entertained you, and we're looking forward to bringing you our sleepers, waiver-wire pickups, and everything else during this upcoming NBA season!

If you liked today's conversation and want to be notified for future episodes, please make sure that you subscribe to the podcast below. If you want to interact with us, you can send us a message on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod, on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports, or via email at flashystatspod@gmail to give us constructive criticism, episode ideas, or just to chat!

In our next episode, we'll be doing a collaboration ep with another NBA podcast, and we'll be talking NBA offseason trades and signings, as well as teams we're looking forward to seeing this season. It should be a ton of fun, so stay tuned for more!

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Dec 14 2020

54mins

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Rank #6: Want to Win your Fantasy Basketball Draft? Tips, Tricks, and Strategies to DOMINATE your League (FSFP #021)

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Guys... don't talk to Vince for a little while. He spent a solid amount of this episode bragging about nabbing Bradley Beal in our dynasty fantasy basketball draft, and between our recording and publishing date, the John Wall and Russell Westbrook trade went down. So he's pretty fragile.

But ANYWAYS, welcome back to the Flashy Stats Fantasy Podcast - it's been a while! In this episode, we break down tips, tricks, and various strategies to win your fantasy basketball draft this season. Whether you're doing a snake or auction draft, points or 9 category, re-draft or dynasty, we think that there are some great tips here to give you the edge in your league. We also gave our own personal favorite sleepers (guys like Coby White, Sekou Doumboya, and Mikal Bridges), breakout stars to draft high in the rounds (Brandon Ingram, Jayson Tatum, Ja Morant, etc.), and even some guys we think you should stay away from (ranging from Kyrie Irving to Anthony Edwards to the entire Hornets team, including Gordon Hayward). In order, our conversation took us through the following topics:

- Re-cap of different draft types and intro to strategy

- Building your team around stars vs. well-rounded, punting categories, positional tiers, and other basic strategies

- Our sleepers, break-out players, and stay-aways

- Getting distracted and talking about the Chicago Bulls

- Our top 10-12 options for this season

- Dissing Vince and the Hornets

- Outro and how to access our ultimate fantasy basketball dynasty toolkit

And much more!

Our top 12 fantasy basketball options for 9-category leagues in the 2020-21 NBA Fantasy Season (not in any strict order):

  1. James Harden
  2. Anthony Davis
  3. Luka Doncic
  4. Giannis Antetokounmpo
  5. Damian Lillard
  6. Nikola Jokic
  7. Stephen Curry
  8. LeBron James
  9. Kevin Durant
  10. Devin Booker
  11. Karl-Anthony Towns
  12. Trae Young

If you enjoyed this podcast episode and want to be notified for future ones, please make sure to subscribe to the podcast below. If you want to send us constructive criticism, episode ideas, or just to chat, you can reach us on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod, on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports, and on email at flashystatspod@gmail.com. Our next two episodes before the season officially tips off in a couple weeks will be the final installment of our small forwards series and a recap of the NBA offseason, free agency, and predictions heading into next season. Stay tuned!

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Dec 06 2020

56mins

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Rank #7: Flashy Stats Intro to Fantasy Basketball (FSFP #001)

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Welcome to the Flashy Stats Fantasy Podcast! In this podcast, we will talk everything fantasy basketball. We're four life-long fans of the NBA and friends who are here to debate, entertain, and inform on all aspects of the fantasy sport, from player rankings to draft advice to weekly waiver-wire pickups. We are available on 8 different listening platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor, so you can find us wherever you like to listen to podcasts!

In today's episode, Vince, Mike, Giuseppe, and Matt all introduce themselves, and we talk favorite NBA players, teams, and moments. We give more detailed information on the future direction of our podcast, and wrap it up by telling you about some segments and episode ideas to expect out of us.

If you enjoy today's conversation and want to be notified of future episodes, please make sure to subscribe to the podcast below. If you want to reach out to us for episode ideas, constructive criticism, or just to chat, we are available on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod, on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports, or via e-mail at flashystatspod@gmail.com. 

We're super excited to get started with the Flashy Stats Fantasy Podcast, and we look forward to taking this journey with you!

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Nov 24 2020

12mins

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Rank #8: The NBA Draft: Edwards, Wiseman, Ball + MORE (FSFP #020)

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In this episode, we look forward to the NBA Draft by prospecting the different players, both collegiate and international, that are projected to be drafted in this year's lottery + beyond. We talk through the prospective top 3 - Anthony Edwards, James Wiseman, and LaMelo Ball - plus some of our favorites out of this year's draft class, including Killian Hayes, Deni Avdija, Onyeka Okongwu (007), Obi Toppin, and Patrick Williams. Mike gives us our daily dose of sleepers (if you're impatient and want to know now, he's loving Devin Vassell, R.J. Hampton, and Jaden McDaniels), and we each put out our own personal top 5 rookies going into the draft, as well as our thoughts on who the Detroit Pistons, our home team, should take.

If you want to learn more about the next class of NBA rookies and the future superstars of our league, this episode is a must-listen. We debate, inform, and talk up most of the players in the draft - check it out and let us know if we got it wrong or right!

If you enjoy this episode and want to be notified for future ones, please make sure to subscribe to the podcast below, as well as follow us on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod and on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports. The NBA offseason is really picking up steam, and we've got to wrap up our NBA top small forwards series, so stay tuned for our next couple of episodes, which we'll be devoting to talking about our opinions on all that!

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Nov 18 2020

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Rank #9: TOP 12 FANTASY SFs 2020-21 (FSFP #019)

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In this episode, we continue to talk through our top 25 fantasy basketball small forwards for the 2020-21 NBA season. These are some of the most fun players to talk about, and we debate (actually, there was a lot more agreement than normal on this one) about the placement and fantasy value of:

12. TJ Warren

11. Andrew Wiggins

10. Tobias Harris

9. Kelly Oubre

8. Jonathan Isaac

7. Khris Middleton

Everyone had an opinion on every guy on this list - almost all of them were someone's near favorite or near least favorite small forward in the league - and this conversation was a ton of fun for us! We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

If you liked this episode and want to be notified for future ones, please make sure to subscribe to the podcast below, as well as follow us on Twitter @FlashyStatsPod and on Instagram @flashystatsfantasysports. The NBA Draft is coming up this week, and the offseason is really picking up steam, so stay tuned for our next episode, which we'll be devoting to talking about our opinions on all that!

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Nov 14 2020

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Rank #10: TOP 20 FANTASY SFs 2020-21 (FSFP #018)

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Ok, first thing's first - if you are Tony Snell, Cameron Johnson, or Doc Rivers, do not click on this episode. You will leave upset. If you're anyone else, join us for this installment of our rankings series, where we analyze and debate who the best small forwards will be for the 2020-21 season. Mike's voice is dead for this one (if you're wondering why he sounds like Nick Saban), but that doesn't stop us from putting him on the ropes with some of his hottest takes. We get through a lot of great players here, and had a lot of fun with this one - we hope you enjoy it too!

18. OG Anunoby

17. Duncan Robinson

16. Bojan Bogdanovic

15. Gordon Hayward

14. Danilo Gallinari

13. Robert Covington

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Nov 07 2020

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