Need draft advice for my keeper fantasy league
Im in the 3rd year of a H2H bball keeper league. My draft is this weekend and I want to get some opinions on who to draft.
The stat categories are: FG%, FT%, 3PTM, 3PT%, PTS, OREB, REB, AST, STL, BLK, TO
My keepers are Wade (round 1), Deron Will (round 2) and Josh Smith (round 4).
I'm punting 3PTM and 3PT% and i plan on building my team around the rebounding and percentage categories. With my first pick, 2nd round #16 overall, I am going to take a big man and there are four players I'm considering: Tim Duncan, Zach Randolph, Marcus Camby, and Kevin Love.
Who would you take and how would you rank those four players?
Kevin Love, in a keeper league he is the youngest also will be the most productive in rebounding also give you some 3s
either Timmy or K Love
for stat purposes...
Randolph has to compete with Marc Gasol for stats
Camby has to compete with Oden, and Aldridge for stats
Timmy has to compete with Mcdyess, Blair(off bench), and Splitter
K Love has to compete with Darko, Beasley (if plays 4 with K Love at 5), and Pekovic
Forgot to mention i only get to keep 3 players and i'm not really looking for someone to keep with my first pick, just someone who will produce this season. Currently i have them ranked Randolph, Duncan, Camby, Love. Randolph will score a lot and he put up elite oreb numbers last season which is very hard to find. Duncan is Duncan- good scoring, rebounds and blocks with very good FG% and some assists. Camby's rebounding, blocks and steals are very intriguing. Love could break out and rebound a ton along with a really good FT% for a center. Don't care at all about Love's 3point shooting. I'm hoping the decision is made for me, where only 1 of these 4 is left at pick 16 (probably Camby).
i go with love. Especially since you have two 3 point stats being kept where he easily excells over the rest as well as offensive rebounds where he should out rebound the rest. Thats 4 cats right there he should win. I actually drafted zach randolph over love and im kinda thinking twice about it.
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Thanks a lot
Roll with Kevin Love.
He's young and he puts up monster numbers for Minnesota in both points and rebounds. He can also hit the 3-ball.
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