We are almost done rounding out your starting five. Let's take a look at the options you have to choose from at PF.
His season was cut short by injury but we all know what Kevin Love does when he's healthy. You can't pass him up, he's just too good.
2. Serge Ibaka - Oklahoma City Thunger
Ibaka is an intriguing option because he is 6'10' and can literally do everything. He's a shot blocking machine, double-double threat every night and he can shoot from outside WITH EFFICIENCY. He has finished 1st overall in blocks three years in a row and set a personal best last year with 242 swats.
Aldridge is one of the most consistent big men in the game and he doesn't get the recognition he deserves. He is a 20+ point, 10+ rebound per game performer with a block or two and all while shooting at around 50%. Long story short, LaMarcus Aldridge is awesome at basketball.
David Lee averaged 18.5 points and 11.2 rebounds per game last season, all while averaging almost 52% from the field. It really doesn't get better than that, folks.
Blake Griffin had somewhat of an off-season last year, for his standards. He averaged less than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game for the first time in his short NBA career. Griffin finished the season averaging 18 points and 8.3 boards per game, which is very good, but he set the bar high in his first two seasons. I expect to see him back at 20 & 10 this season.
The 7'0' German is on the wrong side of 30 but he can still get it done on the court as long as he stays healthy. Having Jose Calderon feed him the ball should make his life easier and Monta Ellis will take some pressure off him.
Greg Monroe was the lone bright spot on a terrible Pistons team and now he has some friends to help him out. The presence of Josh Smith and emergence of Andre Drummond will help Monroe tremendously. 18 points and 10 boards per game is not far from reality.
His scoring has been down the past two seasons but that is mainly attributed to his health. Fully healthy, Randolph is a 20 & 12 guy that can contribute a little to your 3 point totals as well.
There's a reason he is nicknamed "The Manimal" -- Kenneth Faried plays the game like he is half man, half animal. He is an extremely efficient player that will put up double digit points and rebounds almost every night, shoots a healthy 55% from the field and contributes with a block and steal per game.
It was a year to forget for Pau Gasol and pretty much every Laker fan, but Gasol should have a bounce back campaign in his second year under Mike D'Antoni.
Millsap was a beast for the Utah Jazz and should continue his dominance on the glass and efficient scoring for the Atlanta Hawks.
In his third year in the league, Larry finally broke out and flexed his muscles. He's a great source for rebounds and blocks, while posting almost 10 points per game.
Bosh is the third option on offense for the Miami Heat but he still manages to do well for himself. He is known to be a "soft" player and it showed last year as he posted his lowest rebounds per game of his career. He also posted his lowest points per game since his rookie season. However, he did mange about a steal per game, 1.4 blocks, almost 2 assists and shot close to 54% from the field.
David West had himself a nice bounce-back season after only averaging 12.8 points per game the season before. He finished the season averaging 17.1 points and 7.7 boards and added a block and a steal per game as well. I expect similar numbers from West this season.
16 points, 6 boards and about three 3-pointers per game. Sounds pretty good right? That's pretty much what you will get from Anderson.
Garnett is in a much better situation with the Nets because he doesn't have to worry about playing center. He has Brook Lopez next to him now, giving Garnett the freedom to play his natural position. Even though there are more mouths to feed in Brooklyn than there was in Boston, Garnett should still find a way to post 12-14 points and 7-9 boards per game.
In wacky news of the day: Tristan Thompson decided to switch it up this year. Ever since he began playing basketball, Tristan shot with his left hand. This year, he decided to start shooting with his right hand. The results? After two preseason games he is shooting 61% from the field. Yes, I know, it's only preseason and it's only two games but it's still a good sign. Thompson shot 48.8% last year and averaged almost 12 points and 10 boards per game. If he can get his shot down, he could be a 16-18 point per night threat with double digit boards every night.
He's always risky to own because he's just so fragile. Boozer has the ability to post 20 points and 10 boards but those days are long gone. 15 and 8 from Boozer would be a gift, but as this point in his career, that might be stretch.
19. Amar'e Stoudemire - New York Knicks
Speaking of risky and fragile, Hi Amar'e! Stoudemire managed to injure his knee, once again. He will miss a handful of preseason games and is "hopeful" to be back in time for the season opener. Even if he does get healthy in time for the season, how can we trust him to stay healthy? We simply can't.
Will Favors ever live up expectations? Probably not. I mean, he was selected #3 overall in the 2010 draft and has done absolutely nothing to justify that pick. However, both Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson are gone. Derrick Favors now has all the opportunities to establish himself as Utah's main scoring threat.
Do you think I left anyone off? Should someone on this list be removed? Sound off in the comments or twitter @asfarfaketeams.