Things get a little trickier in the second half of the first round. You can pair Anthony Davis with just about any second-round pick and come away above average in most categories. That’s not the case with the players likely to be drafted at the end of the first. Finding the right fit is even more important when you are stuck with a late pick. You’re already fighting an uphill battle when you draft at the end of the snake and you’ll be banking on fit to make up the difference in the value between your first-round pick and most of your opponents’ first-round picks. I’ve included a breakdown of where you will stand after the second round if you […]
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