2023-24 Fantasy Basketball Week 20 Drop List

by Greyson Adams

The Fantasy Basketball Playoffs are here! It's more important than ever that each player on your roster is a valuable addition to your weekly performance. And doing so means jettisoning those who are not so valuable. Within that framework, I have written the 2023-24 Fantasy Basketball Week 20 Drop List.

This list isn't as simple as me telling you which players to drop though. There's context to it. These lists are made based on 9-category, or 9-cat, leagues. I also broke down who I would drop based on which size league you're playing in. Here's my full classification list.

Shallow league: 8- or 10-team leagues with normal roster size (about 15 players per team) or a 12-team league with a smaller roster (about 12-13 players per team).

Standard league: 12-team leagues with a normal roster size, or 14-team leagues with a shallow roster

Deep league: 14 or more teams with larger roster sizes. Typically the area for basketball sickos (like myself).

Last week, I also included my injury drops, which haven't changed for this week. So make sure to check that out for any and all injury concerns you have for players.

If you have any questions, feel free to tweet me or message me on Twitter (no I will not call it by its other name). Also, make sure you check out our Rest of Season Basketball Rankings for more help deciding who to drop from your roster.

Disclaimer: This list was made before games on Thursday, March 14th. Things can change very quickly, so be on the lookout for that!

Let's get into my 2023-24 Fantasy Basketball Week 20 Drop List.

2023-24 Fantasy Basketball Week 20 Drop List

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Shallow League Drop

Isaiah Hartenstein, C, New York Knicks

When Mitchell Robinson went down, Hartenstein emerged as a fantasy gem. He was playing over 30 minutes a game and providing value in almost every category. Hartenstein then went down with an injury, and despite being healthy now, he hasn't managed to get back to that role he had pre-injury.

Since returning from injury, Hartenstein has played more than 25 minutes only once. While his numbers are solid for a low-end center, shallow leagues don't have a lot of room for duds in the playoffs. If you see a good addition on the wire, don't be timid about dropping Hartenstein for that player.

Standard League Drop

Vince Williams Jr., PG/SG/SF

Vince Williams Jr. has been very impressive over the back half of the season, posting some nice counting stats in place of stars Ja Morant and Desmond Bane. Unfortunately, he's been hit with injury, and now doesn't have a game until this Saturday, March 16th.

Even if he does manage to play, having just one more game the rest of the week is detrimental to your team, so it's worth dropping him to make room for your streamers.

Deep League Drop

Bojan Bogdanovic, SG/SF/PF, New York Knicks

Bogdanovic was used somewhat heavily after being traded to the New York Knicks. However, this was mostly due to injury. Since the return of their key players, including forward OG Anunoby, he's taken a backseat.

Over the last three games, Bojan has played 12, 18, and 22 minutes, respectively. He's taken only 16 shots in that span and has totaled just three rebounds and one assist. Those numbers are barely serviceable for one game, let alone three. Despite the name value, he shouldn't be rostered anywhere.


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