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Rotoworld just released the results of their latest 'experts' draft, and not surprisingly, it's filled with an incomprehensible amount of horrible picks. As usual, Matt Buser killed it, while the bulk of participants did not. In a 9-cat league, someone actually took MCW 23rd?!? Or how about Wiggins going ahead of David West and a host of others? Jose Calderon picked AFTER Kanter, Afflalo and Tyreke Evans? I could go on and on but you all basically get my drift -- another lousy resource that will potentially mislead the masses.
Should we find it shocking that so many experts still continue to get it wrong? With fantasy sports existing solidly on the internet for around 15 years now, I would have expected the experts to improve their predictions. Conversely, maybe the impetus isn't there. After all, it's not a smart money-making niche.
Good thing there are still some reputable sites out there like Basketball Monster, but during this time of the year, I can't help but be bothered the vast majority of the rest of them. How do you guys approach these type of drafts? Do you put much faith in the 'experts?'