Grand Theft Roto: Exploit perception

Capitalize on "injury-prone" labels

Updated: December 15, 2009, 2:28 PM ET
By Adam Madison | Special to ESPN.com

It was suggested to me in an e-mail by a reader that injuries may be one of the biggest market inefficiencies when it comes to trades, and looking at the issue with some scrutiny, he may have a point.

Take Marcus Camby, for example. One of the most commonly injured players in basketball, Camby has never logged as many as 80 games in a season. But it seems owners often interpret frequency of injury to be the same as severity of injury, for many owners wouldn't touch Camby with a 10-foot ...

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