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Re: AST/TO Ratio: The Sleeper Category

Postby silentjim » Fri Sep 12, 2008 5:40 pm

mbuser wrote:in general, you want to avoid redundant categories, regardless of what they are

Yeah, I've never been a fan of the o-board, d-board, total board etc stats. It makes non normal roster worthy players jump ahead to much.

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Re: AST/TO Ratio: The Sleeper Category

Postby Goat Punishment » Tue Sep 16, 2008 6:36 pm

shawngee03 wrote:in one league last year we had ass, TO, and A/TO as cats. i liked the a/to. it made me look at certain guys differently.

my question is, im setting up a league soon, and am wondering should i just use a/to instead of ass and to, or all 3? are there pros and conns either way?

I've played in a 9 cat H2H league with A/TO instead of TO for about 4 years now. For the first few years everyone just treated it like a standard league. Last year I drafted Paul and Billups with my first 2 picks and ran away with the league. It's very guard heavy and I'm considering tweaking the league this season.

If I added another category to favor bigs, which would be the best one? OREB or DREB or something. Maybe foot injuries would be a good category. :-B

This is a very interesting category though, especially for roto. It really makes you think about the distribution of assists and TO's throughout your roster, assuming you want to remain competitive in both.
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