Grand Theft Roto: Examining transparent value
Last week, we discussed how to get over the loss of a first-rounder (Gilbert Arenas) to injury.
The first strategy involved the acquisition of what I like to call a "dented star." A dented star is an upper-tier player who, for one reason or another (injury, personal issues, etc.), has gotten out of the gate slowly. He's a fine piece of merchandise, but he's dented right now. You try to get one of these players in a two-for-one and you're back in the race.
But what if you strike ...
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