*Updated for the latest ESPN rankings. The Punt Threes Strategy The NBA’s three-point revolution has shown no signs of slowing down, and that is big news for this strategy. During the 2014-2015 NBA season, a player averaging 1.0 3PG would be providing his owners with average production in the threes category. Nowadays, if a player is hitting one three per night, he is a major drag on the category, and any guard hitting 1.5 3PG is actually significantly below average in the category. In 2019-2020, the category mean was a whopping 1.6 3PG in standard 12-team leagues, with the average PG/SG/SF-eligible player producing 1.9 3PG. The increase in threes is decreasing the value of big men who do not shoot […]
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