FANTASY BASETBALL PAYROLL INDEX
DID YOU SPEND TOO MUCH ON YOUR FANTASY BASKETBALL PAYROLL?
YOU TAKE YOUR FIVE; WE'LL TAKE OURS
Small Business Thinking Working With small businesses every day, Sure Payroll understands the power Sea. value. We use this same thinking with our fantasy teams. And we’re not. new to the fantasy game.
This is why we employed our value methodology on the NBA too.Anyone can tell you about the big names.It’s not a secret that Lebron, Wade and Duran are pretty good.You don’t have to be an NBA insider to draft Chris Paul, Dwight
Howard or Kobe Bryan..
Just like a small business owner, our value for our fantasy mentality is to seek out the best value for our dollars. Take a look at our Picks. Do you have these guy, on your team? If you don’t, it might be time to make a deal.
How The Index Works
- We look the average player auction values from well known websites to determine an average 2012-2013 player value, according to the fantasy experts.
- Finally, we used last season's statistics to project the amount of fantasy points per game each player is worth - our own SurePayroll dollar per point index.
- We used a value system from one of the top fantasy basketball sites to determine a point value for the major statistical categories: points, three-pointers, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks and turnovers.
The SurePayroll Value All Stars
Mess Around and Get a Triple Double
Rajon Rondo, master of the triple double. At 70% less than the cost of top-ranked Russell Westbrook and projected to score more fantasy points, this is easy money.
Getting a fresh start in Milwaukee, Monte Ellis could put up Kobe-like numbers with a Wisconsin discount
Waited too kart to pick up a bitter name? Look at the young gun out of Jose Holiday. He costs you almost nothing compared to the Al tuns. Same traitor Sacramento's Tyreka Evans.
ACL CLEARANCE SPECIAL
They both tore their ACLs last season and no we knows for sure when they will be back, but if you can get your hands on Of , they came at a took-bottom prim and could yield dividends in the playoff
CRASH THE BOARD
You want to secure your frontcourt, but it's not easy to get your hands on Lebron or Durant. Gerald Wallace aka "Crash," meanwhile, does the dirty work for almost 80% off the price. Want a 3-ball specialist going at deep discount?
Ryan Anderson of New Orleans is a bargain bin sharp shooter.
How about a pair of Bulb? Joakim Noah is a rebounding machine and with Derrick Rose out much of the season Luol Deng will have plenty of scoring opportunities while being one of the cheapest dollar per fantasy paint players on our
STEAL THESE STARS
and are perennial All Stars, but they're being valued like bench warmers. At more than 50% off from the top rated forwards, these two could pay off bit time.
The Men in the Middle
GO YOUNG Or go young and give #1 overall draft pick Anthony Davis a chance. Dude averaged 14 pts, 10 robs and 4 blks in college...will it translate in the pros?
If you want Dwight Howard, you're going to have to pay Hollywood dollars to get him. Want solid production from your big man at 60% off, look to the Hoosier state and Indiana's Roy Hibbert.
Why We Did This
The Takeaway There's only so many stars to go around. If you want to get them you have to pay top dollar. In the world of small business, we know that's not always within our budget, but that doesn't mean we sacrifice production.
So when we fill out our payroll, we look for hard workers (Wallace), multitaskers (Rondo), specialists (Anderson, Noah) and some young up and comers (Holiday, Evans, Davis). That's how you build an all-star team with a small
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