SuperDraft BIG3 Top 10 Player Power Rankings
By BIG3 July 7, 2021
These players are best poised to help you win $10,000
The 2021 BIG3 fantasy season is days away (first games July 10th), and that means it’s fantasy BIG3 rankings season as well. These will be updated throughout the regular season, to keep up with the latest signings, trades and player news. These rankings are designed specifically with BIG3 Windmill games in mind.
The biggest competition Week 1 is the, “BIG3 Windmill” on SuperDraft which has $10,000 in guaranteed prizes. There are both FREE and paid competitions throughout the season. The “BIG3 Freethrow” is the first, free single entry contest with a prize pool of $100. There is no salary cap for players on SuperDraft, but they have multipliers for the points they score. A lineup has a Champion who scores an additional 50% of their multiplier and 4 FLEX players, who each have multipliers of their own. All rules and regulations can be found HERE.
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There are a lot of players looking to prove themselves Week 1. Our #1 may not come as a surprise, but read below to see how the rest of the BIG3 stars shake out. Some may surprise you.
1. Joe Johnson
The returning MVP Joe Johnson returns after a dominant season in 2019 while averaging 22 points and 4 assists per game. He also lead the league in total 4 pointers made. In a recent interview, Jamario Moon compared playing with Joe to playing with Lebron. “He makes my life easier.” There is no reason Joe can’t make your life easier too. Not drafting him for your team would be a major risk.
2. Nick Young
Swaggy P makes his BIG3 debut this season and his game looks to translate perfectly to FIREBALL3. He is a threat from the outside and can always get his own shot. Swaggy P will look to make an instant impact. Swaggy P and whatever players you have on your roster have the chance to win you a trip to the Bahamas for the BIG3 Championship.
3. Jarrett Jack
Also making his BIG3 debut Jarrett Jack is definitely going to fill the stat sheet with his scoring and passing. He is surrounded by a strong team so he has options all over the floor.
4. Will Bynum
Will Bynum was the second leading scorer for points per game last season at just over 18. He also averaged 3 assists per game so he will continue to be a threat on offense.
5. Brandon Rush
Arguably the best two-way player in the league, Rush filled it up from 3 point territory in the 2019 season leading the league in threes made.
6. Royce White
Joining the Power this season will allow Royce White to have even more of an impact than he did in 2019. He is a consistent offensive player who can definitely fill up the stat sheet.
7. Franklin Session
Frank Nitty is the new captain of the Killer 3’s which means he has to step up if they are going to win. He has some of the best handles in the league and can go get his own shot, while keeping his teammates involved. He was second in the BIG3 for assists in 2019, averaging just over 3 and a half per game.
8. Mamadou N’Diaye
How can someone who is 7’6” with an 8’1” wingspan not make the top 10. He is going to be a dominant force down low this season, while being a rim protector on defense.
9. Dusan Bulut
Bulut is the number 1 ranked 3 on 3 player in the world according to the International Basketball Federation. He does a little bit everything, with a wide range of passing and scoring, he will make a big impact on not only the Power but the whole league.
10. Spencer Hawes
Hawes brings 10 years of NBA experience with him to the BIG3. He is 7’1” and will use his size to dominate in the paint. He can also step outside and make a three when the team needs him to. Read more about how Hawes feels about the upcoming season in his interview.
Isaiah Austin: Austin has the handles of a guard, but stands at 7’1”. He is going to surprise a lot of people this season.
Reggie Evans: Evans lead the league in rebounds in 2019 averaging 11 per game and will look to make a similar impact in the 2021 season.
Isaiah Briscoe: If Briscoe gets a good amount of playing time, he will definitely make a strong impact. He averaged 12 points per game along with 5 rebounds and 4 assists in his final season at Kentucky.
Drew Gooden: With 14 seasons of NBA experience and being in the top 5 in 3 pointers made in the 2019 with 11 made.
Tony Wroten: Wroten is a threat on the offensive side of the ball. When he was 21 he averaged 17 points per game for the Sixers in the NBA and he can definitely go get his shot when his team needs him.
The season kicks off on Saturday July 10th on CBS at 12:30 PM EST
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