The Bruski 150 has been a labor of love for me going on five seasons now and in each of them our readers have reported overwhelming levels of success. Statistics on ranking performance are hard to come by, but the B150 consistently beats Rotoworld’s Draft Guide rankings and it’s either the best rankings out there or close to it every season.
I take these rankings into my high stakes competitions and I win with them.
I’m a two-time champion of the Fantasy Basketball Association in its six years of existence, which in my opinion is the toughest fantasy basketball league in the world — including NFBKC winnings leader Eric Wong and a who’s who of industry ringers.
I have two recent money finishes in the NFBKC’s Super league, which has the largest entry fee I’m aware of. I ran to the semifinals of the industry beast known as 30-DEEP last season. Last April I cashed a $10,000 check and outside of the DFS world that’s a very good haul.
While other sites sit the sidelines on these big money leagues, talk a big game and never square up with readers on the results, we’re all about being real with you guys so you can trust us. Remember Meyers Leonard two years ago? We’ll never forget. Patrick Beverley two years before that? Brutal.
In case you missed it those were some of my past high profile misses and that’s what happens when you produce a set of rankings that is truly fearless. I’m trying to win a fantasy league here — not play it safe by staying within the comfy confines of industry norms.
And there will probably be one or two big misses this year, too. But once you get beyond those (and especially if you draft wisely) those won’t even matter.
Last year we had a record of 21-10 on game-changing fantasy plays that finished within the top-100 of 8- and 9-cat leagues. Most sites struggle to stay above .500 in that department because it’s damn hard to hit and hit big.
That’s what happens when hard work and research meets experience. The B150’s blend of proprietary statistical models and constant film review leave no stone unturned.
Why do all that work? Aside from the fact that it takes hard work to be the best — it’s an investment. I like winning money. And I love it when you’re making money.
If you’re not putting your money where your mouth is when it comes to predictions it’s okay, and it definitely doesn’t mean you’re a bad analyst or anything like that.
But wouldn’t you rather buy your rankings from somebody that’s demonstrably winning?
So jump on in and put the fear of the fantasy basketball gods into your opponents.
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