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Definately Team B- Elite Big Men and great scoring swingmen. I'd drop Richard Jefferson and CJ Miles, but the rest of the team is pretty good, save for a lack in point guards.
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The other team can be dominant in 3 categories, namely boards, blocks and fg%. His team makeup makes him quite competitive in steals, assists and threes. He seems to have punted ft% while TO's are up in the air. He can win 8-1 or 7-2 on a very good week. 6-3 on a poor one. I'd take Team B's chances.
Points cat is overrated IMO. Consistent big men stats are hard to come by. You can surround quality bigs with great complimentary pieces through proper drafting and smart FA choices. You can easily create more depth around a solid core. Team B for me, all day.
I disagree that Team A has more depth. Team A has scoring, ft%, and 3pts going for it but lacks in assists, FG% (Beasley will ruin that for you), steals, rebounds and blocks. I think Team B is deeper, though I would fine tune that team and drop Richard Jefferson and Anthony Morrow for FAs with higher upside.
PS: Wade, Granger and Kevin Martin have all burned me in the past. I go with durability, reliability, and upside.
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