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Fantasy Basketball: Top 50 Dynasty Shooting Guard Rankings (Post All-Star Update)

It has been nearly two months since my last dynasty shooting guard rankings. There have been quite a few changes in that time. As we near the end of the NBA season, more young talent will be seeing the floor down the stretch. As we look more toward next season, the younger players are starting to jump the long-time veterans. Let’s take a look at some of the risers and fallers since the last ranking.

Biggest Risers

Jaden Ivey, DET

Ivey has climbed from 41st to 23rd in these rankings. Since the calendar turned to March, Ivey has averaged 19.0 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.8 three-pointers and 1.0 steal per game. He has dropped three 30-point games since January 17th. Ivey has scored in double figures in 18 of his last 20 games. He’s become a fixture in the starting lineup and will get all the minutes he can handle to close out the season.

Keyonte George, UTA

Keyonte has jumped 20 spots since the last dynasty shooting guard ranking. George has become a mainstay in Utah’s starting lineup for the past several weeks. He’s been thriving over the last month, averaging 16.7 points, 5.4 assists, 2.8 rebounds and 3.3 three-pointers. If George can finish the season strong, he may deserve a top 15 ranking heading into next year.

Biggest Fallers

Josh Giddey, OKC

Giddey has slid from 20th, all the way back to 47th in this dynasty shooting guard ranking update. He had a lot of hype coming into this season. Last year, as a 20 year old, he averaged 16.6 points, 7.9 rebounds, and 6.2 assists. This season has been a big step back for him as all of those numbers have dropped significantly. Over the last month, he is averaging 10.5 points, 5.7 rebounds and 3.9 assists.

Derrick White, BOS

White is a very solid all-around fantasy producer, but being the 4th or 5th option on the Celtics is really limiting his potential. In his last seven contests, he has scored 10 points or fewer in four of them. He has also failed to hit a three-pointer in four of those games. White hasn’t scored more than 15 points in a game since February 22nd. He turns 30 years old in the off-season and will be stuck in Boston for at least one more season.

Potential Dynasty Shooting Guard Breakouts

Bilal Coulibaly, WAS

Coulibaly hasn’t had the smoothest rookie season, although Washington has given him ample opportunities. In 27 minutes per game, he is averaging 8.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 0.9 steals, 0.8 blocks, and 1.0 three-pointers. However, it’s important to remember that he’s only 19 years old. He has the potential to become one of the best contributors in “stocks” in the near future.

Kobe Bufkin, ATL

Bufkin was selected 15th overall in the 2023 draft. He had a great opportunity presented to him when Trae Young underwent surgery to repair a torn ligament in his finger. However, a few games after Trae’s injury, Bufkin sustained a toe injury that could sideline him for the rest of the season. There’s not much of a chance for Bufkin to become a starter, barring an injury or trade to either Trae Young or Dejounte Murray, although he could serve as a weapon off the bench next season. In the G-League this year, he averaged 23.6 points, 5.9 assists, 5.4 rebounds, 1.4 steals and 2.6 three-pointers.

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Fantasy Basketball Dynasty Shooting Guard Rankings

In case you missed the first edition here was my initial set of Top 50 Dynasty Shooting Guards

RankPlayerTeamAgePrevious Rank
1Shai Gilgeous-AlexanderOKC251
2Tyrese HaliburtonIND242
3Scottie BarnesTOR224
4LaMelo BallCHA223
5Anthony EdwardsMIN225
6Cade CunninghamDET226
7Tyrese MaxeyPHI237
8Donovan MitchellCLE279
9Devin Booker PHX278
10Franz WagnerORL2211
11Jalen WilliamsOKC2213
12Desmond BaneMEM2512
13Brandon MillerCHA21NR
14Amen ThompsonHOU21NR
15Jamal MurrayDEN2715
16Dejounte MurrayATL2716
17Jaylen BrownBOS2717
18Coby WhiteCHI2419
19Tyler HerroMIA2410
20Mikal BridgesBKN2718
21Anfernee SimonsPOR2414
22Keyonte GeorgeUTA2042
23Jaden IveyDET2241
24Devin VassellSAS2333
25Shaedon SharpePOR2021
26Stephen CurryGSW35NR
27Kawhi LeonardLAC3223
28Kyrie IrvingDAL3122
29Brandon IngramNOP2626
30Immanuel QuickleyTOR2431
31Jalen GreenHOU2232
32RJ BarrettTOR2329
33James HardenLAC3434
34D'Angelo RussellLAL2844
35Austin ReavesLAL2536
36Malik MonkSAC2637
37Keldon Johnson SAS2430
38Zach LaVineCHI2927
39Collin SextonUTA25NR
40CJ McCollumNOP3238
41Brandin PodziemskiGSW2135
42Jaime Jaquez Jr.MIA2328
43Cam WhitmoreHOU19NR
44Donte DiVincenzoNYK27NR
45Terry RozierMIA2924
46Derrick WhiteBOS2925
47Josh GiddeyOKC2120
48DeMar DeRozanCHI3439
49OG AnunobyNYK2647
50Bradley BealPHX3045

Honorable Mentions: Bilal Coulibaly, Marcus Smart, Vince Williams Jr, Grayson Allen, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Jordan Poole, Jalen Suggs, Caris LeVert, Max Strus, Malcolm Brogdon, Jordan Clarkson, Bennedict Mathurin, Cam Thomas, Jrue Holiday, Ayo Dosunmu

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