If you come out of the first round with Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving, Steph Curry, James Harden, Paul George or Chris Paul, punting blocks is the punting strategy that makes the most sense. Elite levels of blocks tend to be concentrated amongst only a few players. Last season only 8 players averaged at least 2 BPG. In 2011-2012, only 6 players reached that mark. Because of the scarcity of blocks, it makes some sense to ignore them all together. Many of the elite blockers provide little value outside of blocks and hurt your ability to win other categories. Ignoring blocks allows you to focus on obtaining more rounded players that can contribute across the board. With this strategy, guards and […]
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