Complete 2015 Projections

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PROJECTED 2015 SEASON STATS
1. Michael Carter-Williams, Phi PG, SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics7034.5.405.7030.86.26.31.791.90.63.516.7
2015 Projections6834.8.418.7111.06.36.71.862.00.63.618.0
2015 Outlook: Although his percentages were rough (40.5 FG%, 26.4 3-FG%, 70.3 FT%), nobody in Fantasyland was complaining about MCW, who averaged 16.7 PPG, 0.8 3-PPG, 6.3 APG, 6.2 RPG and 1.8 SPG on his way to ROY honors. It's debatable whether we will gain a respite from his shoddy percentages soon; in his final season at Syracuse, he averaged 39.3 FG%, 29.4 3-FG% and 69.4 FT%. It's something to factor into your fantasy expectations for MCW, though he should get every chance to expand on his offensive production as the Sixers' top weapon. He underwent offseason shoulder surgery and isn't slated to make his season debut until Nov. 13. -–TC
2. K.J. McDaniels, Phi SF, SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics------------------------
2015 Projections7625.8.444.7530.64.30.90.690.81.41.310.0
2015 Outlook: The second pick of the 2014 draft's second round is a tantalizing fantasy prospect as a small forward capable of blocking a lot of shots. In fact, McDaniels led the ACC with 2.8 BPG last season while chipping in 17.1 PPG, 1.2 3s, 7.1 RPG and 1.1 SPG. He is 6-foot-6 with a 6-foot-11 wingspan and incredibly athletic, which makes him a versatile defender. He could form a tag team with Hollis Thompson at small forward as the defensive complement to Thompson's 3-point specialist role. Both carry sleeper potential. If McDaniels wants to seize full starter's minutes as a rookie, he'll have to improve his jumper and prove that he can settle in offensively. --TC
3. Tony Wroten*, Phi PG, SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics7224.5.427.6410.63.23.01.061.10.22.813.0
2015 Projections7027.1.424.6640.63.43.41.101.20.33.114.0
2015 Outlook: A successful fantasy baller's best friend is opportunity, and Wroten was proof of that as a rookie. His out-of-control style (2.8 TO/game) would have earned him a spot on most team's benches, but the Sixers were hell-bent on losing games, so they let him ball. The same franchise mindset is in place this season, so Wroten should get all the play he can handle. However, he is kind of a middling combo guard who does a little of everything but no one thing exceptionally well. He also is a poor free throw shooter (64.1 FT percentage), which carries a big impact, because he loves to take it to the rack and averaged 4.9 FTA after the break. Don't overvalue him this season. --TC
4. Jason Richardson*, Phi SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics------------------------
2015 Projections4129.2.405.6001.83.81.81.801.10.41.011.1