Welp, looks like I waited a round or two too long for my late Dwight-build targets in Brandan Wright and DeAndre Jordan. It's one thing to do a Dwight build, it's another to do one with a group of strong owners. Anyways, my build is going... eh. While I thought there'd be plenty of big men who fit snuggly on a Dwight team (like Wright, Jordan, Splitter, and especially Drummond, who I also missed), it seems like a bad year to implement this strategy mainly because Rajon Rondo's status is so up in the air. In a tough H2H league like this, burning a bench spot for AT LEAST a month on someone I have to draft in the first 10 rounds was a little too much to bear. I think the Celtics will delay and delay with Rondo's return until they know he can't help them make the playoffs
. I waited on Rondo, and someone else snagged him, too. So, in a Dwight build I come away with no Rondo and no Drummond. Not good. I was going to take Drummond in the sixth but Favors was there and I got greedy, thinking I could go Drummond in the 7th. Now, I'm stuck with a team that has a very solid top-four big man foundation (Howard, Ibaka, Griffin, Favors) but questionable guard play and staring at, likely, a punt 3-pt situation as well.
Oh well, this is what makes this league a challenge, and fun. I'll be working hard to compete, trust me, you damn thieves!