You can’t always get what you want in fantasy, especially if you play in a league with a snake draft. Often you’ll land your preferred first-round pick only to see your best second- and third-round options come off the board before you get a chance to pick again. The unpredictability of fantasy basketball drafts makes flexibility one of the most important traits that a manager can have. When I say flexibility, I’m not just talking about having a list of three or four acceptable players in each round. Sometimes your best option is to completely change your team building strategy while the draft is taking place. For example, say you draft Steph Curry 3rd-overall and want to punt FT%. You […]
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