A knee injury caused Rudy Gobert to miss 21 games last season, and put something of a damper on what was supposed to be his big breakout. Gobert improved his production in his first season as a starter from Day One, but not as much as some Fantasy players might have hoped following his huge second half in 2014-15. All told, the big man still put up 9.1 points, 11.0 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game, while shooting well enough from the free-throw line not to be a liability like some other centers. Gobert will always derive a ton of his value from his defense and rebounding, and he might just anchor a top-five unit this season. Consider him a solid low-end No. 1 center in category-based formats, worth targeting around round four on Draft Day.
Source: CBS Sports Headlines / 2016 Outlook: Rudy Gobert