"Mark Price and Anderson Varejao. Price has one good season that fits behind Frazier and Mullin. If you use the 35MPG version of Mullin with the 57 EFG%. Price has good usage, very good assists and 3's, is the best of the lot that filed the need. Varejao has a 12 MPG season that I really like. His most expensive season has about 29 CREB% and that doesn't help this team much. I liked a couple of much better rebounders with less defense for this pick."
Yeah, that's definitely the Mullin season I'm using. You mentioned the 57% efg, but don't forget that he shoots free throws at almost 89% (and a bunch of them, too, although he of course won't reach his RL totals).
I assume you're thinking of the right Price season, which has 54% efg, 24% usg, and 28% ast. Not to mention 95% from the line. Overall this will be the best FT shooting team I can remember having - should shoot over 80% as a team. Could go even higher depending on which Frazier I use, but I think I'm using the 20% usage, 54% efg, 21% ast Frazier (at a measly 75% from the line).
I'm using 11-12 Varejao. I like him better than some 1500 or so minute guys remaining. I'll make up the rest w/ undrafted guys.