John Cregan examines which fantasy players have the least or greatest chance of helping or hurting your team's shooting performance in a one-game scenario.
John Cregan looks for players who have negative efficiency in terms of field goal shooting, free throw shooting and turnovers.
John Cregan encourages owners attempting to win the field goal percentage to consider the game-to-game consistency of players on their roster.
John Cregan creates a stat called field goal impact, which tries to show players who not only hit high percentages of shots, but also take a lot of shots, especially 3-pointers.
John Cregan says you can exploit effective field goal percentage to hurt other teams in trade.
John Cregan looks at how the percentage categories are often overlooked in fantasy basketball and how a stat like True Shooting Percentage can help find some great value pickups.
John Cregan provides players with the worst field goal percentage standard deviation, and why sitting them could be the way to go late in a head-to-head matchup.
John Cregan utilizes block percentage to target potential future forces in the category.
John Cregan introduces a new statistic, field goal impact, to better identify which players have the greatest effect on your team's shooting percentage.
John Cregan discusses the importance of having not only efficient shooters on your roster, but who also take a large number of shots.
John Cregan looks into the relatively unheralded adjusted field goal percentage category, examining players who excel or struggle in it.
John Cregan creates a stat called free throw impact, which tries to show players who not only hit high percentages of free throws, but also take a lot of free throws and field goals, especially 3-pointers.