I personally think FG% punting is one of the easiest punt strategies in fantasy basketball. With a plethora of top tier players that shoot poorly from the field, this strategy can work regardless of your first round draft position. James Harden and Russell Westbrook are two of the best fits for this build in the top half of the first round; however, if you end up with a lower pick, you still have great options with Paul George or Damian Lillard. In the later stages of the draft, there are a number of high-upside players like D’Angelo Russell and Rodney Hood whose primary weakness is FG%. By ignoring this, savvy fantasy basketball players can take advantage of experts’ average draft positions to come out with a superior H2H team. As an added bonus, a lot of these players are some of the most fun to cheer for – no offense to Nikola Jokic’s efficient playstyle, but I would much rather root for a team of inefficient, high-volume scoring machines.