Fantasy Basketball: Brandon Jennings Leads Week 15's Best. Week. Ever.

Every week, the NBA’s most dominant players will compete for a spot in Fantasy Wired’s Best Team Ever line-up.

For the week spanning February 3rd through February 9th, your fantasy team likely dominated the competition if you had one or more of these players on your roster.

Best Team Ever: Last Week’s Top Fantasy Basketball Producers

Mo Cheeks and Brandon Jennings talk on the sidelines during a Detroit Pistons game -- Getty Images

PG: Brandon Jennings, Detroit Pistons

Week 15 Stats: 25.5 PPG, 9.5 APG, 2 SPG

Jennings really got after it last week, as he had four straight huge games. His performances included a 35-point, 12-assist game and a 15+10 double-double, but his best effort came as he nearly triple-doubled against the Nets. Jennings dropped 26 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists as he nearly ended up with a truly memorable performance. The scoring is nice to see, but if Jennings keeps dishing out dimes at this pace, he could enter another tier of fantasy point guards.

SG: Goran Dragic, Phoenix Suns

Week 15 Stats: 27 PPG, 6.3 APG, 2 SPG

Dragic might have been snubbed from this year's All-Star Game, but he's continued to play like one of the NBA's most dominant point guards on a nightly basis. Dragic scored at least 20 points in all three games last week, a feat he's accomplished in seven straight games overall. Dragic played excellently throughout the week, but his top game was a 34-point, 10-assist showcase against the Golden State Warriors.

SF: Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder

Week 15 stats. 31.7 PPG, 8 RPG, 9 APG

Durant has made this list four weeks in a row and with the numbers he's putting it up, he might just make this a weekly occurrence. Durant didn't post any 50-point explosions, but he continued to put up the insane all-around numbers that have made him fantasy's MVP so far. "KD" had some big games earlier in the week, but he added an exclamation point on Sunday with a 41-point, 10-rebound, 9-assist effort against the Knicks in MSG.

PF: Jared Sullinger, Boston Celtics

Week 15 Stats: 20.3 PPG, 12.6 RPG, 2.3 APG

Sullinger is red-hot, as he's now put up at least 10 points and 10 boards in five straight games. He was one of fantasy basketball's overall top performers last week, thanks in large part to a dominating, 31-point, 16-rebound effort against the Kings. Sullinger isn't putting up too many numbers outside of the points/rebounds categories, but he's cleaning the glass with the best of them and is a nightly threat to double-double.

C: Andre Drummond, Detroit Pistons

Week 15 Stats: 15.2 PPG, 15.7 RPG, 2 BPG

Drummond is an absolute freak on the boards, and is one of the most athletic big men in the NBA today. That athleticism was on fully display, as he double-doubled in all four games en route to a dominating fantasy week. Drummond had at least 12 rebounds in every game last week, but his top performance came as a result of his proficiency on the glass. The 2nd-year big man came up with 22 rebounds against the Nets, while he also added 16 points, a steal and a block.

Sixth Man: Randy Foye, Denver Nuggets

Week 15 Stats: 18 PPG, 5.2 RPG, 1 Game-Winner

Foye has seen tons of minutes lately, and he's responded with some of the best production of his career. He put up at least 13 points in every game last week, and has scored in double-figures in 20 straight games dating back to late December. Foye started last week off just about as well as possible with a game-winner as time expired against the Clippers, but he also ended with a bang as he scored 25 points on Sunday against the Pistons.

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Max Yavel

Max Yavel

Max Yavel is a freelance sports journalist based in Gainesville, Florida. In addition to being entirely too enthused about fantasy football, he enjoys wearing shorts during winter, popping his polo collar and being a player but not crushing a lot.

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