2011-2012 Small Forward (SF) Deep Sleepers for the 2011-2012 Fantasy Basketball season are based on a standard single season redraft fantasy basketball leagues. Scoring setting include: FG%, FT%, 3PT, PTS, REBS, ASTS, STLS, TO. Each players fantasy basketball position eligibility is listed after their name, with sf meaning the player is eligible at small forward, and sf/pf meaning the player is eligible at both small forward and power forward, and sg/sf meaning the player is eligible at both shooting guard and small forward. Small Forward (SF) Deep Sleepers are based on players who are flying under the radar to begin the 2011-2012 season. Small Forward (SF) Deep Sleepers are players to consider drafting with one of your final picks in your fantasy basketball draft to begin the 2011-2012 season, or simply keep an eye to begin the season and consider picking up off the waiver wire if needed.
Omri Casspi – Cle – sg/sf
Since entering the NBA as a rookie in 2009, Casspi has been very productive when given consistent playing time. With a move to the rebuilding Cleveland Cavaliers roster, it is very likely that Casspi will be able to tally 25-30 minutes played per game this year. Offering solid three point shooting, Casspi is an excellent late round sleeper pick for fantasy basketball teams entering the 2011-2012 season.
2010-2011 Stats: 41.2 fg% — 8.6 ppg — 1.3 3pt — 4.3 reb — 1.0 ast — 0.8 stl — 0.2 blk
2011-2012 Projected Stats: 43 fg% — 12.0 ppg — 1.5 3pt — 5.0 reb — 1.3 ast — 0.8 stl — 0.2 blk
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