2021-22 Fantasy Basketball Rest of Season Rankings

by Keith Lott
2021-22 Fantasy Basketball Rest of Season Rankings

Welcome to the 2021-22 Fantasy Basketball Rest of Season (RoS) Rankings.

The NBA has been back from the All-Star break for a week now, let’s look at some injury updates.

Anthony Davis (ankle) will be re-evaluated in a few weeks but x-rays were negative. The Los Angeles Lakers are fighting to hold onto one of the final playoff spots in the Western Conference.

Draymond Green (back) has no clear timetable to return to the Golden State Warriors lineup and I would not count on him contributing to your Fantasy roster as the Golden State Warriors are focused on having a healthy Green for a run at another NBA Championship. James Wiseman (meniscus) has started scrimmaging and could make his season debut in early-to-mid March.

Ben Simmons (conditioning) is dealing with back soreness and is still possibly weeks away from joining the Brooklyn Nets.

OG Anunoby (finger) fractured his finger and will be out at least two weeks for the Toronto Raptors.

Myles Turner (foot) might not return to a rebuilding Indiana Pacers team in time for the Fantasy Basketball Playoffs.

Dillon Brooks (ankle) is looking at an early-mid March return to the Memphis Grizzlies.

Alex Caruso (wrist) is about a week away from being cleared to dribble and shoot before getting back in the Chicago Bulls rotation.

Derrick Rose (ankle) had a minor procedure to clean up a skin infection. However, we could see him back in mid March.

Gordon Hayward (ankle) is out for the Charlotte Hornets until at least mid-March.

Paul George (elbow) has an MRI scheduled for Feb 24 and would need a two-week “ramp-up period” before returning to the Los Angeles Clippers which could be as soon as mid March. The Clippers just lost Norman Powell for the season to a fractured foot.

Damian Lillard (abdomen) is still weeks away from returning to the Portland Trail Blazers – if he does at all this season.

2021-22 Fantasy Basketball Rest of Season Rankings


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