Fantasy Basketball Draft Kit 2020-21: Rankings, mock draft, sleepers and key injuries report

With the 2020-21 NBA season tipping off on Dec. 22, most fantasy basketball drafts will get underway this week.

If you're feeling unprepared for your upcoming draft, don't worry, we have you covered with everything you'll need. Here you can find our top-200 player rankings, a mock draft, the biggest sleepers and an injury report for key players you might consider selecting.

Click the headline links to take a look and get ready to dominate your fantasy league this season.

Fantasy basketball top 200 players ranking

Is Giannis Antetokounmpo or Luka Doncic the top-ranked player this year? Does James Harden's trade rumours impact his value? Take a look at the top 200 ranked players along with position rank and position eligibility.

Fantasy basketball mock draft

Did Luka Doncic go No. 1? How far did James Harden fall? When should you take Kevin Durant?

All of these questions are answered in our fantasy mock draft, where 13 of our Global writers came together to select their fantasy teams for the upcoming season.

Fantasy basketball sleepers

You probably have an idea of which superstars you want with your first and second-round picks, but what about the mid-to-late rounds of your draft?

Take a look at some players and rookies that will be available in the later rounds that could help make all the difference for your fantasy team this season.

Fantasy basketball injury report

Key players like All-Star guard Kemba Walker and All-Star forward Kristaps Porzingis headline the list of players you might consider drafting that will start the year on the sidelines, recovering from injuries. When is the right time to take these injured players? Who else will miss the start of the season with injuries? We have all the answers here.

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