Top 5 Fantasy Basketball Sleepers: Small Forwards

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These players may not be the first names that come to mind when thinking of top small forwards for fantasy basketball, but any one of them could be a steal in your draft.

Nov 29, 2015; Orlando, FL, USA; Boston Celtics forward Jae Crowder (99) guards Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon (00) during the second half of a basketball game at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony all lead a class of small forwards that is loaded with talent.

The position is so top-heavy that in this edition of top five fantasy sleepers, there will be some well-known names included in the list.

Even the second-tier of small forwards, which includes guys like Giannis Antetokounmpo, Andrew Wiggins and Rudy Gay are not quite sleepers, but could be overlooked compared to the star power of that top group.

Before we take a look at the top five “under the radar” options, here are a few players that just missed the cut.

Honorable Mentions

Danilo Gallinari: Always a good option when looking for three-point shooting.

Chandler Parsons: Well-rounded, fills up the stat-sheet, could fit in nicely in Memphis.

Justice Winslow: Will see more playing time in 2016-17, averaged 1.6 steals per game as a rookie.

Harrison Barnes: Could end up with higher scoring numbers in Dallas this season.

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