No build changes your draft board more than punt points does. Borderline first-round options become top-30 players and players struggling to crack the top-100 when points are included become mid-round assets. Last season, Kyle Anderson was a top-40 player without points and Russell Westbrook was not. Robert Covington was as valuable as Paul George when points were ignored. DeMar DeRozan and John Wall were barely top-100 assets to teams punting fantasy basketball’s most overvalued category. Devin Booker didn’t even manage that. Punt points’ ability to turn the draft board upside down gives it, arguably, the highest ceiling of any build. It is very possible to finish your draft with a handful of top-30 players and not own a single player […]
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