2013 to 2016 Seasonal Averages of Player's PF* _____ *(my performance figure. I do I weekly calculation with the position and scaled players production to a scale of 0 to 100).

Working my Chapter 13 Data in my Textbook on Drafting. Shooting for the 2017 first edition in May on Amazon.  

I guess I am excited as I go through the data and wanted to share some fun facts for your 2017 Drafting. Let your mind flow through the data! Enjoy!

FYI- The PF* is my performance figure. I do I weekly calculation with the position and scaled players production to a scale of 0 to 100. Thus you can compare all players together. 

*This is a great weekly advantage that the "other" sites can not deliver 

In my Textbook I will have the complete weekly PF look into the 2016 17 week season! Below is the Seasonal average of PF for each major player! 

****  These PFs make great TIER Boundaries ****




















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