Thought it might be a good idea to start a general advice thread. I have a couple tips I rely on for getting things going after the draft.Get your strategy straight
If you're going to punt a category, now is the time to solidify that commitment. Don't keep Kevin Martin all year if you're punting FTs — now is the time to move him. Take some time to analyze your team; the easiest tool to use is probably BasketballMonster's team analysis tool: http://basketballmonster.com/TeamAnalysis.aspxTrade up
This strategy might not work for everyone, but I am personally a huge fan of trading quantity for quality. In another thread a couple days ago, I discussed trading Tyson Chandler and Anderson Varejao for Greg Monroe. This is a high price to pay, but it's probably worth it because of the flexibility that having that extra roster spot will give you. Every year there is a Ryan Anderson or Dorrell Wright (ie eventual top-30 guy) to be found on waivers. On that note...Pick up FAs aggressively
Your league-mates might not like it, but being active on the waiver wire is always a good idea, and especially so this time of year. Pay attention to changing team rotations, and you're likely to find some very solid guys.
Please add to the list guys!