Updated 2019-20 fantasy basketball rankings: Top 200 for roto drafts

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Prepping for your fantasy basketball drafts? Get a head start by perusing our latest roto league rankings for the 2019-20 campaign.

It was a wild offseason, as myriad superstars switched teams, talented rookies joined the Association, and other players were felled by injuries.

The end result in fantasy is that player values have changed dramatically, which means quality preseason rankings will be key to your success on draft day.

Below you will find updated rankings by Joe Kaiser for those who are playing in rotisserie (roto) leagues. If you're new to fantasy hoops, here is how roto leagues work:

Teams are ranked from first to last in each statistical category (e.g., points, rebounds, steals, FG%) over the course of the season. Points are then awarded according to the order in each category, and totaled to determine an overall score and league rank. Typically, these leagues cap the total number of games played at 82 at each position to ensure that no manager can play more games than the rest.

The end result is that players who excel in at least one or two categories carry more value than they do in points leagues, and those who are particularly weak in one or two categories can drag your team down.

With that in mind, here are the top-200 roto league rankings, which will be updated regularly throughout the preseason:

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