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Trey
10-18-2010, 07:50 PM
As someone who has never played fantasy baksetball before I decided to jump in this year and try my hand, drafting my first two teams ever today on ESPN. 10 team league, H2H scoring with points/assists/rebounds/steals/blocks/field goal %/three pointers made/FT% as the catergories, I'm assuming that's the basic scoring for H2H. Anyway, my teams.

Team 1
PG - Stephen Curry
SG - Stephen Jackson
SF - Danny Granger
PF - Gerald Wallace
C - Joakim Noah
G - Darren Collison
F - Jeff Green
UTIL - Anthony Randolph
UTIL - Lamar Odom
UTIL - Rodney Stuckey
BEN - Ben Gordon
BEN - Jose Calderon
BEN - James Harden

Team 2
PG - Russell Westbrook
SG - Tyreke Evans
SF - Trevor Ariza
PF - Josh Smith
C - Dwight Howard
G - Leandro Barbosa
F - Andrea Bargnani
UTIL - Marcus Camby
UTIL - DeMarcus Cousins
UTIL - Terrence Williams
BEN - Carl Landry
BEN - Ben Gordon
BEN - Thaddeus Young

My first team I didn't really have a plan, but I didn't like anyone except Howard with my first pick for team 2 so I decided to get guys who get rebounds, blocks, steals, and shoot a high percentage while sacrificing assists, 3's, and FT%.

Corey
10-19-2010, 01:41 PM
I'm not too high on your first team. I don't really see a statistic that would give you a point over your opponent each week. I guess 3-pointers? IDK. (If you see what I'm saying)

Your second team is pretty well-rounded. You should never lose in FG% or rebounding, but on the flip side you should never win in 3pt, FT% or assits.

kEviN21
10-19-2010, 04:54 PM
Like how first team has Curry AND Granger, two top 10 guys...

and second team should trade Westbrook for a real point guard w assists

kEviN21
10-19-2010, 04:55 PM
and since this is your first year w two teams, NBA Fantasy really takes the toll out of you lol one team is a lot of work if you wanna win.

Corey
10-20-2010, 07:21 PM
Granger is always an injury concern, and Curry is a one-trick-pony of sorts. He'll contribute in a few different areas, but he's only dominant in one. (Not including FT%, because most guards will give you 80+ there, so..)

Raidaz4Life
10-20-2010, 07:41 PM
Granger is always an injury concern, and Curry is a one-trick-pony of sorts. He'll contribute in a few different areas, but he's only dominant in one. (Not including FT%, because most guards will give you 80+ there, so..)

Seriously?


Curry is great in

FT%
3PM
Steals


While still very good in
FG%
Rebounds
Assists



The only place he will really hurt you is turnovers.