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Fantasy All-Stars

05/16/2013, 12:00pm EDT
By Alexander Hinkley for NLL.com

See which players stood out in Fantasy Game


Minnesota Swarm rookie Kiel Matisz was a Fantasy All-Star after consistently increasing his value in the salary cap game. (Photo: Chris Fischbeck)

With the National Lacrosse League announcing the 2013 All-Pro and All-Rookie teams last week, I thought it would be fun to name some fantasy All-Star teams as well. These teams are comprised of the top players who I think were the most useful throughout the 2013 NLL Fantasy Game

These teams are not simply lists of the top fantasy scorers at each position but inclusion is determined by a multitude of factors including overall cost (and cost effectiveness), the number of fantasy teams who used that player, how much their value went up from the beginning of the season, and the consistency of their fantasy production over the course of the season.

For example, Minnesota Swarm rookie Kiel Matisz was only ranked 15th in total fantasy scoring but significantly increased his value from the beginning of the season and produced more fantasy points per dollar spent than anybody else in his price range, making him very valuable to fantasy owners and earning him a spot on the second team.

Fantasy All-Star First Team
Forward – Shawn Evans (Calgary Roughnecks)
Forward – Rhys Duch (Washington Stealth)
Forward – Garrett Billings (Toronto Rock)
Forward – Callum Crawford (Minnesota Swarm)
Transition – Geoff Snider (Calgary Roughnecks)
Transition – Jordan MacIntosh (Minnesota Swarm)
Defense – Chris Corbeil (Edmonton Rush)
Defense – Brad Self (Rochester Knighthawks)
Goalie – Rochester Knighthawks

Fantasy All-Star Second Team
Forward – John Grant, Jr. (Colorado Mammoth)
Forward – Cody Jamieson (Rochester Knighthawks)
Forward – Kiel Matisz (Minnesota Swarm)
Forward – Mark Matthews (Edmonton Rush)
Transition – Jay Thorimbert (Buffalo Bandits)
Transition – Jesse Gamble (Toronto Rock)
Defense – Jeff Moleski (Washington Stealth)
Defense – Mike Grimes (Washington Stealth)
Goalie – Toronto Rock

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