Updated NBA Depth Charts

Posted on 29. Oct, 2009 by Justin Shulman in NBA Depth Charts, NBA Fantasy

Flagrant Fouls will be updating our depth charts more frequently than anyone else on the net. Whether your trying to get prepared for your upcoming fantasy draft or you’re just looking to see where your favorite player fits into his team’s rotation, this is the place to find out!

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11 Responses to “Updated NBA Depth Charts”

  1. Dave

    28. Oct, 2009

    Mike Dunleavy starting for Pacers???
    someone needs to do their research…I’d like an estimate of his return while you are at it. Thanks, Dave

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    • TM

      19. Nov, 2009

      Whats the most recent update of depth charts now?

      Interested in the line ups for:

      Utah
      Charlotte
      Golden State

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  2. Brett

    20. Oct, 2009

    BTW, Travis Outlaw is definitely coming off the bench. Martell or Nic will start (my money is on Martell).

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  3. Peter Posma

    21. Sep, 2009

    2010 Top 10 NBA Fantasy Players is known on this site ->>

    Where is the rest of this list??

    Gr33tings from the Netherlands

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  4. John L

    20. Sep, 2009

    how can this be updated when R. Butler is still shown as a Hornet? He was traded to the Clippers a month ago.

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  5. will

    09. Sep, 2009

    hasn’t the kurt rambis and their hm at the twolves already stated that flynn will go into camp the #1 pg?

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  6. Tarun Joseph

    15. Aug, 2009

    Nolan, Do you think the Raptors would risk putting Jack as the starting SG and exposing a huge lack of depth at backup PG?

    It seems to me that the Raptors have enough offense to go around on their Starting lineup and will make Jack’s offensive skills almost redundant as the 5th option, rather than being the No. 1 or 2 option off the bench

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  7. Matthew Morlock

    13. Aug, 2009

    Great depth charts - thanks!

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