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Thursday, December 23, 2010

NBA Basketball Fantasy Strategy: Key Players

If you cannot win in the different categories in a fantasy game you cannot win at all. Here is an NBA basketball fantasy strategy that you should try. This type of strategy is called the rotation of key players. It is not everyday that your key players will contribute in your weekly statistics so it is important that you can formulate a good rotation for your key players. You are allowed to have 13 players in your fantasy roster so you should obtain at least 7 to 8 key players so that you can have enough key players to contribute every game day.

You don’t need to obtain such players as Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and Dwyane Wade. But just in case you have one of these players, it is up to you if you will keep them or trade them with 2 key players. But if you want to keep you superstar, it is also possible as long as you make sure to find other key players in the free agent. In an NBA basketball fantasy strategy you should make sure that your strategy would be gaining under rated players that can really contribute a lot in any statistics. Here are some NBA players that would be really effective in a fantasy league and could become a key player.

BASED ON THEIR STATISTICS IN THE 2010 – 2011 SEASON (Oct. 27 – Dec. 23)
Point Guard:
Daniel Gibson (CLE) -----       13.8 PPG | 3.5 RPG | 3.0 APG | 2.0 3PM
George Hill (SA) ------              11.3 PPG | 2.5 RPG | 2.3 APG | 1.0 3PM
Jose Calderon (TOR) -----      10.0 PPG | 2.4 RPG | 7.0 APG | 0.9 3PM

Shooting Guard:
Shanon Brown (LAL) -----       10.3 PPG | 2.3 RPG | 1.2 APG | 1.5 3PM
Lou Williams (PHI) -----           11.8 PPG | 1.6 RPG | 3.4 APG | 1.1 3PM
Mike Dunleavy (IND) -----        12.2 PPG | 5.3 RPG | 2.1 APG | 1.7 3PM

Small Forward:
Mike Dunleavy (IND) -----        12.2 PPG | 5.3 RPG | 2.1 APG | 1.7 3PM
C.J. Miles (UTA) -----               12.3 PPG | 3.2 RPG | 1.8 APG | 1.4 3PM
James Jones (MIA) -----          07.3 PPG | 2.5 RPG | 0.7 APG | 2.0 3PM

Power Forward:
DeMarcus Cousins (SAC) --- 11.8 PPG | 7.5 RPG | 1.3 APG
Matt Bonner (SA) -----             07.0 PPG | 3.5 RPG | 0.9 APG | 1.9 3PM

In the Center position, just pick a player that would at least contribute 7 PPG, 6 RPG, 1 to 2 APG and at least 1 BPG. There are other players you can choose from in all the positions. Just make sure that they will have the same statistics as the players listed above.

This is one of the best strategies you can use in a fantasy league. There will be a lot of NBA basketball fantasy strategy but this will one of the most effective ones you can use. Another thing you should also remember is not to pick a player that is a substitute for a superstar. This will lessen his minutes especially during crunch time. The lesser the minutes, the less contribution a player can make. When it comes to consistency, the players listed above are consistent as superstars they only have a limited playing time that is why they are not as productive as superstars.

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