Adam Stock

Author's details

Name: Adam Stock
Date registered: August 9, 2013
URL: http://www.EliteFantasyBasketball.com

Biography

CA, CPA who loves fantasy basketball.

Latest posts

  1. Week 4 Preview — November 6, 2017
  2. Week 3 Preview — October 30, 2017
  3. Week 2 Preview — October 23, 2017
  4. 17/18 Punting Guides Part 6: Punt Threes — October 4, 2017
  5. 17/18 Punting Guides Part 5: Punt Blocks — September 29, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. 16/17 Punting Guides Part 1: Punt Assists — 73 comments
  2. 17/18 Punting Guides Part 1: Punt Assists — 69 comments
  3. Punting Guides Part 2: Punt FT% — 41 comments
  4. 16/17 Punting Guides Part 2: Punt FT% — 38 comments
  5. Punting Guides Part 4: Punt Points and Punt Points/FT% — 26 comments

Author's posts listings

Nov 06

Week 4 Preview

The flow of interesting free agents has started to slow down, as it always does around this time each season, but there’s still more than a few fresh faces who are worth our consideration. The below list of players does not include many of the players that I recommended last week. That does not mean …

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Oct 30

Week 3 Preview

The waiver wire isn’t quite as bountiful as it was in Week 1 and 2, but there’s still some very intriguing options out there who could become long-term impact players. If your team is struggling, especially your early-round players, you shouldn’t panic. Studs usually end up producing around their career averages. If your late-round picks …

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Oct 23

Week 2 Preview

The best advice that I can give you after Week 1 is to not panic. A two or three game sample size does not mean much regardless of how good or bad a player has looked. That’s not to say that we should completely ignore the first week of the season. Rotations are becoming much …

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17/18 Punting Guides Part 6: Punt Threes

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or have only watched Timberwolves games lately, you’ve probably noticed that the league is now in love with the three-ball. As it should be. It’s simple math. Three is greater than two and the attempts are only going to go up from here. The league’s increased attention to …

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17/18 Punting Guides Part 5: Punt Blocks

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 …

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17/18 Punting Guides Part 4: Punt Points and Punt Points/FT%

The fantasy community has a very unhealthy relationship with points. It will do some truly sick things to get their fix. You’ll see Andrew Wiggins being drafted within the first 50 picks despite having never posted top-100 numbers. Devin Booker may go before pick 50 in your draft even though he provides little outside of …

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17/18 Punting Guides Part 3: Punt FG%

Punt FT% remains the most popular punting strategy, but the punt FG% build is nipping at its heels. There are two reasons for this rise in popularity. One plays in Oklahoma City and the other makes his home in Houston. If you are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to draft either, don’t even think …

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17/18 Punting Guides Part 2: Punt FT%

Fantasy basketball’s most famous punting strategy is making a comeback. Last season was a rough one for this build. Most of the classic big man targets were going extremely early in the draft, making it difficult to pair those big men with elite guards. If you wanted to acquire the services of Hassan Whiteside, DeAndre …

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17/18 Punting Guides Part 1: Punt Assists

If you play in H2H leagues, and you’re not punting, you’re not doing it right. Trying to build a team that is competitive in every category might seem like a swell idea on the surface. We all dream about finding that fantasy basketball nirvana. That team that is strong in all nine categories that doesn’t …

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