Fantasy NBA mock draft: 10-team, head-to-head points

Kawhi Leonard isn't quite the fantasy star he once was, but considering how far he fell in this draft, he may provide some quality value for 2020-21. Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire

Yes, the NBA only recently completed the 2019-20 season, but fantasy basketball folks haven't seen a meaningful box score in nearly nine months -- and really, we never even got to finish our fantasy campaigns. Well, it's finally time to scratch that itch, as we head toward a holiday-season tipoff to the 2020-21 fantasy basketball season!

With such a quick turnaround between the end of last season, the NBA draft and free agency, we're all trying to cram as much info into our heads as possible during a small window. We can't recommend enough that you take the time to join a couple of mock drafts to dust off the cobwebs in your fantasy head and work out the kinks.

Head to our Mock Draft Lobby and give it a try. It's quick and free.

We did the same ourselves, gathering our fantasy basketball experts for our first mock draft of the season on Tuesday. This is based on our new default head-to-head points scoring system. Head here for a quick explanation of the new system, and why returning leagues should give it a try, then read on below to see the results of our mock and key takeaways from our analysts.

The participants in our 10-team H2H points mock, in order of draft position, were: Joe Kaiser, Michael Schwartz, Kyle Soppe, Tom Carpenter, André Snellings, Ryan Smith, Eric Karabell, John Cregan, Jim McCormick and Matt Williams

André Snellings: I had the fifth pick and was happy to get