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Fantasy hoops updated roto ranks: Trades shake up rankings

How far did Tobias Harris drop in the updated rest-of-season rankings following his trade from the Clippers to the 76ers? AP Photo/Matt Slocum

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The dust has settled on one of the craziest NBA trade deadlines in recent memory, and the impact can be seen in this week's rankings, with movement throughout the top 150.

Tobias Harris slides eight spots to No. 35 following a trade to Philadelphia that makes the 76ers a stronger, more potent offense but downgrades Harris from the top offensive option he was in Los Angeles to a third or fourth option in the star-studded Philly starting lineup.

Danilo Gallinari and Lou Williams both stand to benefit from Harris' departure in Clippers Land, and they move up to No. 62 and 73, respectively.

Marc Gasol falls seven spots to No. 39 after being shipped to Toronto, a team that's already built around Kawhi Leonard and Kyle Lowry -- not to mention Serge Ibaka and Pascal Siakam. Gasol could get the same minutes with his new team, but it's doubtful that he'll make as much of an impact as a scorer, with fewer touches going his way. The addition of Gasol in Toronto drops Siakam to No. 58 and Ibaka to No. 60.

Meanwhile, in Memphis, rookie big man Jaren Jackson Jr. jumps to No. 64, with more opportunity falling into his lap with Gasol gone and JaMychal Green traded to the Clippers.

Harrison Barnes (75) is another notable to see his stock drop following the trade deadline deal to Sacramento. While the Kings play at a faster pace than Dallas, they possess many more scorers, and it's unlikely that Barnes will be able to find as many shots on his new team.

Ranked No. 92, Nikola Mirotic's ceiling isn't as high on a loaded Milwaukee team as it was in New Orleans, where he had the perpetual green light. He remains injured and likely won't play until after the All-Star break.

New Wizards forward Jabari Parker (119) gets another new start and an opportunity to prove that he has something left following multiple ACL surgeries. It's safe to say he'll get more minutes than he did in his half season with the Bulls.

Tyler Johnson (133) also becomes fantasy-relevant as he moves from an afterthought in Miami to the starting point guard for the Suns.

Caris LeVert returned from a lengthy absence following a dislocated foot and promptly racked up five steals in his first game back for the Nets. He vaults all the way up to No. 106, but that's a very conservative place for someone with top-60 upside. I just want to see if he can play like he did before the injury before moving him up the rankings too fast.

Other notable players on the move this week include Denver point guard Isaiah Thomas (122), who is expected to return after the All-Star break, and Memphis' Joakim Noah (124), who is playing very productive minutes even as he nears the age of 34.

Here is a look at the rest of my top-150 roto rankings:

Note: These rankings reflect the expected player value for the remainder of this season.