11-13-2012, 10:27 AM
Originally Posted by Ross The Boss Palmer
You can win a league while dominating in small-ball stats. Remember that in a 9 cat league you can win FT%, 3s, PTS, ASTS, STLS, essentially punting the other categories and still win practically every week. My favourite strategy is to try to draft big guys who pass and little guys who rebound because it tends to provide more flexibility week to week against opponents. No strategy is fool proof, but you just gotta take your draft and run with it.
Did you trade Westbrook for CP3?
This was my strategy and I now sit in 1st place in my 10 team league. I really knew nothing about basketball and outside of my keepers (Durant, Wall, Lowry, Horford) I just drafted multi cat studs (which often translates to your big man passers and small man boarders).
ESPN - 12 Team H2H Keeper League, 25 Players - 13 Keepers
(G, A, +/-, PIM, PPP, SOG, GWG, W, GAA, SV%)
C: Tavares, Benn, Stepan
LW: Galchenyuk, Parenteau, Ryan.
RW: Brunner, Conacher.
D: Pietrangelo, Subban, Schultz.
G: Price, Dubnyk.
ESPN - 12 Team H2H Keeper League, 24 Players - 10 Keepers
(G, A, +/-, PIM, PPP, SOG, PTS, W, GAA, SV%)
C: Duchene, B. Richards
LW: Skinner, Ovechkin,
RW: Ryan, Eriksson
D: Subban, Shattenkirk,