Punting FG% is going to be a very popular strategy this year for two reasons. Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Both players are going to be drafted within the first three picks of most drafts and both players’ value is significant enhanced when FG% is ignored. Westbrook did not necessitate a FG% punt last season (45.4 FG%), but we can safely assume that his efficiency is going to drop significantly now that Kevin Durant is in Oakland. Due to your first-round targets, and the players who receive a boost when FG% is ignored, a punt FG% team is almost always going to be strong in points, threes, assists, steals, and FT%. That’s a good start, but you need to be strong […]
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