This article is part of our NBA Draft Kit series.Most NBA superstars are rightfully valued as early-round picks in the fantasy realm, but it's much more difficult to ascertain the worth of complementary players. For a multitude of reasons, a player's fantasy utility can often outstrip his value in real-life terms, forcing newcomers to the fantasy world to recalibrate their perceptions.
As a result, it renders useful, high-minute regulars -- like the Pelicans' Tony Allen or the 76ers' J.J. Redick, to name two examples -- significantly less-appealing in fantasy due to the lack of dimensionality in their skill sets.
Here are some players that fall on the opposite end of the spectrum and provide more value from a fantasy perspective than their notoriety might suggest:
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