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NBA Draft Kit: Position Battles (Central Division)

Ken Crites

Ken Crites

Ken was an early RotoWire contributor back in the 90ís. He now returns with the grace of Gheorghe Muresan and the wisdom of Joe Gibbs. Tweet him at @KenCrites or e-mail him at Ken is also the reigning RotoWire "NBA Drive To The Finals" champion - boom!

Heading into training camp, most starting gigs are fairly well set, but by analyzing the few position battles that remain, you can discover some late-round gems for your fantasy squad. Before any Al Harrington fans on the RotoWire staff try to convince me that the head-banded big man will start 50 games for Les Boullez, let's move on and explore the real playing time debates.

Chicago Bulls

The starting five for the Bulls is set with Derrick Rose. Jimmy Butler, Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah. Butler only started 20 games last year, mostly at the end of the season. During that span, he proved worthy of the promotion, averaging 14.5 points, 7.1 rebounds, 1.1 trey and 2.7 assists as a starter.

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