Because of the timing for releasing our annual Pro Basketball Prospectus book, a few players tend to slip through the cracks and do not appear–those signed late in training camp, or who make the team as invitees. This year, Bradford Doolittle and I are pleased to offer a supplementary .PDF covering the 18 players that made rosters and were not in the book, with projected stat tables just as for the 500-plus players who were included as well as commentary and analysis. The supplement is available to all readers and can be downloaded here.
As a reminder, if you haven’t picked up your copy of Pro Basketball Prospectus 2011-12, the book is now available in both .PDF and paperback formats. For more details and to order, check out our PBP11-12 landing page.
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If you’ve been waiting to get your copy of Pro Basketball Prospectus 2011-12 in paperback format, wait no longer! The printed book is now available on Amazon.com. To learn more about the book and read excerpts, be sure to check out our PBP11-12 page.
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If you’ve already purchased your PDF copy of Pro Basketball Prospectus 2011-12, be sure to download an updated version 2, now available. If you’re logged in to the site, just click on “manage account” and the new PDF should be there in your list of available downloads. Version 2 has all players listed with their teams as of last Wednesday, including a couple of small updates to player capsules. It also adds the cover, fixes some typos and features a player index.
If you’re waiting to buy the book in paperback form, stay tuned. We expect to have it available later in the week.
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Bradford Doolittle and I are thrilled to announce that the Pro Basketball Prospectus 2011-12 is now available for purchase in PDF format for $9.98. Head on over to our PBP 11-12 page to read sample chapters, including the foreword by Toronto Raptors head coach Dwane Casey, and find out more about what is inside the book.
Because of the abbreviated timeline after the lockout, you’ll notice this year’s book looks a little different than past editions. All players are with the team they played for as of June 30, the spacing is somewhat inconsistent and there is as yet no player index. We continue to work on a second version of the book that will be uploaded later this week. You can buy the book now, start reading to prepare for the Christmas Day openers and download version two for no charge when it’s available. This version is, however, updated with all player moves through this morning.
If you’d rather wait for a printed copy, we anticipate the book appearing on Amazon.com shortly and will have an update on the Unfiltered blog when that happens.
(Also, in a development that might be overshadowed, the SCHOENE fantasy spreadsheet has also been updated with the latest moves.)
You can contact Kevin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter at @kpelton.
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