Who are the best fantasy small forwards in the NBA? Check them out here.Over the past two weeks I have looked at the best fantasy back court players in the NBA. Click here for the top five fantasy shooting guards and point guards. Let’s now slide over to small forward and check out the top five fantasy options. - LeBron James - LBJ is still the most dominate player in reality and fantasy. A nightly triple-double threat, last season he took his game to ridiculous heights shooting 56 percent from the field -- including 64 percent in 13 games in February. Now PF eligible, his nightly assists become of greater value for fantasy owners. In head-to-head leagues where playoffs run across the final few weeks of the season, fantasy owners will need to plan accordingly as LeBron will be resting for another Miami Heat championship run (he only played in four of Miami's remaining 10 regular season games last season). Kevin Durant - An easy selection with the second overall pick in head-to-head but No. 1 in Roto leagues. Durant rounded out his fantasy production last season with a career high 4.6 assists and became the sixth man to join the illustrious 50-40-90 club -- shooting 51 percent from the field, 41 percent from three and 90.5 percent from the free-throw line. This gives owners an incredible advantage in the percentage categories given Durant’s volume of shots from the field and the charity stripe. Paul George - Last season Paul George was taken in the third round of fantasy drafts. After a breakout season averaging 17 points, 7.6 rebounds, four assists, 1.8 steals, 2.2 threes and winning the most improved player trophy, George is now a legitimate first-round pick and the 3rd best SF off the board. Don't worry about Danny Granger coming back from injury and eating into his stats or minutes, this is Paul George's team now. Carmelo Anthony - Melo's 2.3 three-pointers per game, a career high, was a welcome sight for fantasy owners last season. His volume scoring with reasonable percentages is a building block for any team. Unfortunately, unlike the guys above him on this list, Carmelo doesn't make enough steals or blocks to warrant being a first round draft selection. Nicolas Batum - Last season Batum had career highs in points 14.3, rebounds 5.6, assists 4.9, steals 1.2, blocks 1.1 and three's 2.3. With production like this, Batum can fill up the box score like few others. Of particular note was his game against New Orleans where he had a rare ‘5x5’ game -- 11 points, five rebounds, 10 assists, five steals, five blocks and three three-pointers! Look for Batum in the middle to late second round. - Have a question about NBA fantasy? Post your questions or comments below or in our NBA Fantasy thread in our NBA Forums.