Numbers Game: Fantasy All-Stars
Numbers Game: Fantasy All-Stars

This article is part of our Numbers Game series.

The starting lineups for the NBA All-Star game were announced this week, though they curiously forgot to include Russell Westbrook. With all the All-Star excitement brewing, what better way to participate then by figuring out who would headline the Fantasy All-Star team? And, since this is Numbers Game, we'll use some math to determine our lineups.

Some Ground Rules

Guideline One: Real basketball is a 5-on-5 game, so the All-Star team picks five starters from each ...

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Alex Rikleen
Rikleen writes the NBA column "Numbers Game," which decodes the math that underpins fantasy basketball. A certified math teacher, Rikleen decided the field of education pays too well, so he left it for writing. He is a Boston College graduate living in Delaware.
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