NBAwithBEE 2012-2013 PF RANKINGS

Kevin Love is in a tier of his own and then some in the PF rankings, Dirk has a couple great  years left in him.  Al Horford is back from his injury suffered last year and will be the 2nd option in Atlanta now that Johnson is gone.  Curious to see how Pau does with addition of Howard (who gets just about every rebound) and has training in the off-season with Hakeem really help Amar’e?  The Thunder need Ibaka to take the next step offensively and become more consistent there and one battle I’m looking forward too in training camp is between Utah’s Paul Millsap and rising young buck Derrick Favors.  Not too many people know who Patrick Patterson is, if he lands starting job in Houston, then you’ll know. 

Here are my 2012-2013 Fantasy PF Rankings – as always hit me up via twitter @IDPwithBEE for questions.

2012 POWER FORWARD RANKINGS  
RK PLAYER TM NOTES
1 KEVIN LOVE MIN Love is the 20/20 guy with 2-3 3pters per game
2 DIRK NOWITZKI DAL give or take 3 more great years from the German
3 AL HORFORD ATL underrated & with no Joe, more scoring coming.
4 PAU GASOL LAL he’ll probably just lose out on boards w/DH addition
5 LAMARCUS ALDRIDGE POR has a franchise PG that can create, all-around PF
6 BLAKE GRIFFIN LAC hurts you with his FT% and knee may be worrisome?
7 AMAR’E STOUDEMIRE NYK Can He & Melo co-exist? Off-Season w/Hakeem help?
8 ZACH RANDOLPH MEM when healthy he’s one of the better PF’s in the game
9 CHRIS BOSH MIA #’s hurt & need to put injuries behind him, solid player
10 PAUL MILLSAP UTA will battle with Favors for starting PF spot
11 SERGE IBAKA OKC time for Serge to elevate his game offensively
12 ERSAN ILLYASOVA MIL finally showcased what he’s about, needs solid mins
13 TIM DUNCAN SAS lesser minutes but still as productive
14 KENNETH FARIED DEN not nicknamed “manimal” for nothing
15 DAVID LEE GSW addition of Bogut could impact his rebounds
16 ANDREA BARGNANI TOR shooter & scorer not a rebounder
17 DAVID WEST IND boring but consistent 
18 PATRICK PATTERSON HOU sleeper alert, will be a solid contributor in the post
19 CARLOS BOOZER CHI Taj Gibson is just waiting for his turn
20 DERRICK FAVORS UTA has the ceiling of Kevin Garnett, he’s getting there
21 SPENCER HAWES PHI addition of Bynum moves him to PF, may struggle
22 ANTHONY DAVIS NOH slated as PF right now, but could move to C – rbs/blks
23 LUIS SCOLA PHX new team, numbers could go down slightly
24 THADDEUS YOUNG PHI he’ll make his impact playing PF for PHI
25 LAMAR ODOM LAC I believe a move back to LA will motiviate Odom again
26 GLEN DAVIS ORL no DH, should be one of main contributors down-low
27 TRISTAN THOMPSON CLE will backup Dirk and Kaman, decreased minutes
28 KRIS HUMPHRIES BKLN double/double threat but surrounded by more talent
29 JAN VESELY WAS continued development will rise Jan up rankings
30 THOMAS ROBINSON SAC believe he beats out JT for starting spot, better on block
31 AL HARRINGTON ORL reserve role but has green light to shoot
32 DREW GOODEN MIL one of those players you don’t want but produces
33 ANTAWN JAMISON LAL will be LAL 6th man and solid contributor
34 BRANDON BASS BOS underrated & w/starter minutes double/double threat
35 JASON THOMPSON SAC will battle with Robinson for starting job
36 DERRICK WILLIAMS MIN when is he going to realize his talent & use it?
37 TYLER HANSBROUGH IND a solid role player for IND but inconsistent
38 TAJ GIBSON CHI better defender than Boozer but needs minutes
39 JONAS JEREKBO DET can win starting job in DET, does a lil of everything
40 AMIR JOHNSON TOR seems to have a solid role w/defense & rebounding
41 TREVOR BOOKER WAS addition of Okafor stalls Booker development.
42 CARL LANDRY GSW back-up to Lee, may not see much minutes
43 ANTHONY RANDOLPH DEN another player never lived up to hype, maybe in DEN?
44 CHARLIE VILLANEUVA  DET had the talent, injuries and health caught up to him
45 RASHEED WALLACE NYK hasn’t played in nearly 2 years, what does he have left?
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