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Kamla ranks the top fantasy hoops players from 1-120
Living the Fantasy: Kamla's 120
By NBA TV's Rick Kamla

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If your average fantasy hoops league has 10 teams, with 12 players per team, then most fantasy leagues are comprised of some 120 active NBA players. Such is the logic behind Rick Kamla's "120," which ranks the top 120 NBA players based on their fantasy hoops prospects. So if you're wondering whether to take, say, a Joe Smith or a Jamaal Tinsley in the late rounds of your draft, here's a handy guide for you to consult.


Picks 1-30
1. Kevin Garnett 16. Amare Stoudemire
Dirk Nowitzki should go early in any fantasy draft.
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2. Kobe Bryant 17. Jermaine O'Neal
3. Tim Duncan 18. Antoine Walker
4. Dirk Nowitzki 19. Carmelo Anthony
5. Tracy McGrady 20. Gilbert Arenas
6. Andrei Kirilenko 21. Richard Jefferson
7. Shawn Marion 22. Stephon Marbury
8. Paul Pierce 23. Allen Iverson
9. LeBron James 24. Brad Miller
10. Steve Francis 25. Zydrunas Ilgauskas
11. Yao Ming 26. Vince Carter
12. Shaquille O'Neal 27. Ben Wallace
13. Elton Brand 28. Kenyon Martin
14. Ray Allen 29. Lamar Odom
15. Baron Davis 30. Peja Stojakovic


Picks 31-60
31. Sam Cassell 46. Jamaal Magloire
Ron Artest has emerged as one of the top NBA players and one of the top fantasy hoops players.
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32. Ron Artest 47. Chris Webber
33. Dwyane Wade 48. Rashard Lewis
34. Jason Terry 49. Corey Maggette
35. Pau Gasol 50. Rasheed Wallace
36. Antawn Jamison 51. Samuel Dalembert
37. Mike Bibby 52. Marquis Daniels
38. Michael Redd 53. Jason Richardson
39. Carlos Boozer 54. Chauncey Billups
40. Andre Miller 55. Gary Payton
41. Zach Randolph 56. Marcus Camby
42. Al Harrington 57. Manu Ginobili
43. Michael Finley 58. Donyell Marshall
44. Steve Nash 59. Kirk Hinrich
45. Mark Blount 60. Erick Dampier


Picks 61-90
61. Emeka Okafor 76. Carlos Arroyo
Theo Ratliff's defensive contributions make him a valuable fantasy commodity.
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62. Cuttino Mobley 77. Richard Hamilton
63. Jalen Rose 78. Eddie Jones
64. Jamal Crawford 79. Tyson Chandler
65. Latrell Sprewell 80. James Posey
66. Keith Van Horn 81. Larry Hughes
67. Theo Ratliff 82. Kurt Thomas
68. Chris Bosh 83. Stephen Jackson
69. Drew Gooden 84. Kenny Thomas
70. Jason Kidd 85. Mehmet Okur
71. Gerald Wallace 86. Tony Parker
72. Eddy Curry 87. Nene
73. Glenn Robinson 88. Quentin Richardson
74. Dan Gadzuric 89. P.J. Brown
75. Ben Gordon 90. Caron Butler


Picks 91-120
91. Speedy Claxton 106. Jason Williams
Big things are expected from Mike Dunleavy in 2004-05.
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92. Joe Johnson 107. Jamaal Tinsley
93. Nazr Mohammed 108. Joe Smith
94. Shareef Abdur-Rahim 109. Udonis Haslem
95. Dwight Howard 110. Mike Dunleavy
96. Juwan Howard 111. Matt Harpring
97. Brent Barry 112. Ricky Davis
98. Adonal Foyle 113. Etan Thomas
99. Jerry Stackhouse 114. Grant Hill
100. Jim Jackson 115. Bobby Jackson
101. Kwame Brown 116. Raef LaFrentz
102. Darius Miles 117. Boris Diaw
103. Kerry Kittles 118. Chris Kaman
104. Doug Christie 119. Luke Ridnour
105. Rasho Nesterovic 120. Troy Murphy


Rick Kamla can be seen throughout the season on NBA TV dispensing fantasy advice and commentary.