Tag Archive: Jamal Crawford

Feb 12

Week 17 Preview

We’ve made it to the most unique week of the season. Your strategy this week will depend on whether Week 17 lasts one or two weeks. If you play in a league where Week 17 last two weeks, then treat it like any other week. If you play in a league where Week 17 only …

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Oct 16

Punting Guides Part 7: Punt Steals

Punting steals is very similar to punting threes. Almost all fantasy-relevant guards steal the ball at a decent rate. The average amount of steals for a rostered player in a 12-team, standard league in 2014-2015 was 1.0 SPG. Punting steals is not about avoiding all guards who average slightly more swipes than the league average. …

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Oct 06

Punting Guides Part 3: Punt Assists

Punt FT% is the most famous punting strategy, but punt assists is arguably the most reliable and straight forward team building approach. Do not mistake its relative simplicity for lack of effectiveness. Due to the average fantasy player’s undying love for dimes, the punt assists build allows managers to obtain value elsewhere while their opponents …

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Jul 31

Free-Agent Roundup – Pacific Division

Golden State Warriors When you have a historic regular season and follow it up with a dominant playoff run, you don’t mix things up. The defending champions’ only notable move was their trade of David Lee to Boston for the corpse of Gerald Wallace. Wallace’s game was always very dependent on athleticism and now that his …

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Oct 10

Punting Guides Part 3: Punt FG%

Small ball teams can be deadly if set up properly. Punting FG% allows you to easily horde two of the rarest stats (assists and steals) while being strong from the line, from deep, and often in points. That’s five categories already. However, you want your team to be above-average in more than five categories. That’s …

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Oct 07

Punting Guides Part 1: Punt Assists

Thank you for your patience with the punting guides. They are the most time consuming articles that I post as I try to mock multiple times with each first-round pick to make sure that the strategy is sound for each first-round target. All of the punting guides should be up on the site over the …

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