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NBA Barometer: Playoff Performance Value Changes

Nick Whalen

Nick Whalen

Nick Whalen writes about fantasy sports for RotoWire.

After nearly two full months of playoff action, the dust has finally settled on the 2012-2013 NBA season. This year's edition of the playoffs featured a number of memorable performances capped off by Lebron James' title-clinching double-double in Game 7 against the Spurs.

But while greatness is what we've come to expect from the game's premier talent, a number of other players emerged as key contributors during these playoffs, while others failed to produce on the League's biggest stage.

Now looking ahead to next season, we take a look at which players may have bolstered their fantasy value as well as those whose values took a tumble during the 2013 playoffs.

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Harrison Barnes, F, Warriors

During the Warriors' captivating playoff run, Barnes flashed the all-around game that earned him comparisons to Kobe Bryant coming out of high school. The Iowa native put up solid regular season numbers (9.2 points, 4

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