Best pick in a draft

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  • #244900

    jonokafes1993
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    Rank: Pro

    Curious on everyone’s thoughts here. What’s the best pick in a 12 team draft?

  • #244902

    Erik Ong
    Keymaster
    Rank: Legend

    Being able to get a top-4 asset is always a good start.
    But in the years I’ve been playing this game, there is no “BEST pick in a draft”
    Draft well throughout the draft and you can win, regardless of your draft position in the first round.
    Like the real game it simulates, fantasy hoops is a team sport.

  • #244904

    Coach
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    Rank: All-Star

    What type of league H2H, Dynasty…
    What are the categories

  • #244909

    Dan Besbris
    Keymaster
    Rank: Legend

    I’d say somewhere in the top-5 this year, given the potential dropoff between Giannis types and Jokic types…

    • #244933

      Vegemite Toast
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      Rank: All-Star

      Agree with Dan, particularly when you combine that drop off with the relative plateau through to the end of the second round.

      5 + 19 will be worth more than 6 + 18.

  • #244989

    jonokafes1993
    Participant
    Rank: Pro

    I agree 1-4 are the best. Currently have top pick but noticing the end of the second start of the third is limited for value.
    Thinking of trading my 1st pick with a 3rd or 4th pick and want to see people’s opinions

  • #244990

    Coach
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    Rank: All-Star

    Is it a year long 9-cat league?
    If so, I think AD, Gianis, KAT, Harden, Curry are best. I would trade down to stay in top 5 an move up in 2nd or 3rd round.

  • #245026

    Capt. Caineghis
    Moderator
    Rank: All-Star

    Give me pick 4! That way I’m guaranteed one of AD, Harden, KAT or Curry…all who have potential to finish no.1 overall, and then Im getting another pick in at pick 21 (assuming we’re talking 12-team snake draft) a bit sooner than if I had had the no1 pick and waiting till no.24.

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