This article is part of our Numbers Game series.While looking at NBA trends, we talked about the impact of the league's new anti Hack-a-Shaq rule, and the signs that it may be working. This week, I want to look into the other side of the free-throw market, the good shooters.
The free-throw market is in disarray, which opens loads of opportunity for managers who have noticed the shifting marketplace.
Shake-up at the top
For many years, free-throw percentage has been dominated by James Harden and Kevin Durant. The two ...
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