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Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes
Detroit Pistons
Sacramento Kings
Phoenix Suns
Portland Trail Blazers
Jarred Vanderbilt

Nerlens Noel
Andre Snellings
Yubari King Melons
Jerami Grant
0.8 SPG
Danny Green
0.7 BPG
1.2 SPG
Tobias Harris
Tyrese Haliburton
Miles Bridges
Charlotte Hornets
0.7 SPG
Mikal Bridges
Derrick Jones Jr.
Delon Wright
Matisse Thybulle
1.3 SPG
James Johnson

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And then moving to corner the market on said areas.The 2020-21 NBA season may have already started, but you can create or join an ESPN Fantasy Basketball league at any time and start your season from when you draft your team.Sign up for free!As I touched on recently, in points leagues, positional scarcity carries all kinds of weight.(Hint: small forward, small forward, and small forward.)But how to approach categorical scarcity when final production is regarded as amorphous?Look at what categories go into making up that giant globule of production. To give the other categories additional competitive weight relative to NBA points scored.So, in essence, everyone just doesn't try to play with as many shooting guards as possible.Here is a partial, focused-for-this-discussion breakdown of our revised system:One fantasy point per NBA point. will you permit me a non-basketball example?Say I run a fruit stand in South Pasadena, CA.My stand operates weekly at a socially-distanced Farmer's Market, alongside nine other fruit stands.By ordinance of the City of South Pasadena, 10 stands are only allowed to sell the same four fruits.The fruits: apples, oranges, Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes, and Yubari King Melons.We are all required to sell the four approved fruits at the same exact four prices.Apples are $1 each. I eventually pick out the only two Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes, and the single Yubari King Melon.Market: cornered. We open for business.I know my two Mangoes and one King Melon is just as valuable as their aggregate 15,000 apples and 15,000 oranges.Because I have my market cornered, I have leveraged scarcity several competitive advantages.I have a solid base of sales production that I don't have to worry about the rest my business hours. At walking away with the most money at the end of the night.And that's why steals and blocks are more valuable than points and rebounds.When you corner the market on areas of production, you give yourself a base no other managers have. A small list of players to target that excel in steals + blocks, without being elite in either single category.Jerami Grant, SF/PF, Detroit Pistons (1.1 BPG, 0.8 SPG)

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