Bust alert, all the players listed below have a substantial chance of seeing their production drop off this season.
Carlos Boozer CHI PF 17.5 PTS 9.6 REB 2.5 AST .510 FG%
Boozer’s propensity to get injured already puts him high up on this list. You also have Taj Gibson, who will take some minutes away from him, which should further damage his output.
Kevin Garnett BOS PF 14.9 PTS 8.9 REB 2.4 AST 1.3 STL 0.8 BLK
With David West now joining Boston and Garnett getting up there in age there is no way he will justify being taken so high.
Michael Beasley MIN SF 19.2 PTS 5.6 REB 2.2 AST 0.7 STL 0.7 BLK
Beasley finally had a breakout season and was rewarded with Minnesota drafting Derrick Williams. Beasley could eventually get pushed to the wayside with Williams coming.
Kris Humphries NJ PF 10.8 PTS 10.5 REB 1.5 BLK 1.2 AST
Even if Humphries resigns with New Jersey you better dial back the expectations of him averaging a double-double. If he has any supporting cast this won’t happen.
Anderson Varejo C CLE 9.1 PTS 9.7 REB 0.9 STL 1.2 BLK
In six seasons Vaerjo has only managed to play more than 70 games in three of those season. A 50/50 bet on a guy just staying on the floor is something you definitively should avoid.
Tyson Chandler NYK C 10.1 PTS 9.4 REB 0.5 STL 1.1 BLK .654 FG%
Every season a guy goes on a playoff run and sees his value skyrocket that following offseason. Don’t buy the post-season hype. Don’t reach for Chandler.
Al Harrington DEN PF 10.5 PTS 1.6 3PM 4.5 REB 1.6 AST
Harrington looks to be a casualty of Denver’s youth movement. His minutes will be severly limited and his fantasy value will quickly dissapate.
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