I think plague's advice is pretty good overview, though he said one thing that caught my attention:
"I am not high on high ATL/SPEED players if they can't shoot. Those guys in my opinion are role players and should never be starting. "
I'm squarely on the other side of this statement. Superior ATH/SP is what will make the FB (and really the FB/FCP combo) will work, almost regardless of LP or PE. If you can shoot 70%+ on FT's and have superior ATH/SP and good DEF, you can go a far way with FB/FCP. Being able to drain 3's certainly helps, but I'd rather shoot 35/45 on FTAs each game. The fatigue, foul, and rotation issues that creates for the other team is a devastating combination in your team's favor, and is more consistent from game to game. IMO of course.
Also, he said IQ is the most important component of FB/FCP combination. While that's important, I'd put stamina right up there with it, esp. if the goal is to run the other team until they fall unconscious and get into their bench. He mentioned targeting stamina, I just wanted to re-emphasize that part and probably even rank it a bit higher than where he was placing it. IMO of course.