Kevin has already introduced the 2012-13 First and Second All-NBA Fantasy Teams, as well as the First and Second All-NBA Fantasy Value Teams. This post shows you which players were the biggest draft day letdowns and is as originally posted on DimeMag.com. Kevin writes as Dime Magazine’s Fantasy Doctor. For more extensive fantasy basketball advice, click here and follow him on Twitter at @DimeFantasyDoc.
PG – STEVE NASH, Los Angeles Lakers – 50 games played, 12.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, 6.7 assists, 1.1 threes, 0.6 steals, 50 percent FG, 92 percent FT Average Draft Position: Yahoo! – 41.9 ESPN – 27.6
Nash’s fantasy season was doomed from the second it was made known that he would be suiting up as a Laker. He missed 32 games in his first season in forever without the marvelous Phoenix Suns training staff and with the injury bug that infested Los Angeles this season, he never had an opportunity to gel with all of his new teammates. This ruined his assist totals, as his 6.7 per