This article is part of our NBA Draft Kit series.When drafting for fantasy leagues, the first thing owners often do is simply look at a player's projected stats. They can get a glimpse of the averages -- points, rebounds, assists, steals, etc. -- and then use that as an indicator of a player's value. The concept is simple enough.
While that's a good place to start, there are other factors that must be considered in order to ascertain a player's true value. Rather than looking solely at the player's production, it's also important to look at the team and situation, as a whole.
Below, we'll examine some of the most important statistics and situational factors to be mindful of when conducting research for drafts or waiver wire moves.
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