If you have Excel:
I manage a small NBA fantasy league that uses the following scoring system for each player. It is not a rotisserie league, but a by minute head-to-head game:
FANTASY POINTS = PTS + REBS + ASSISTS + STEALS + BLOCKS - TURNOVERS - MISSED SHOTS.
Its not perfect of course, but over the years the team owners in our league have found it to be a simple barometer of players value, kind of like Hollingers PER only not. I can't tell you how often we see great players in these stats long before the NBA GM's do. Likewise, we see the crap real fast. Those missed FG's really hurt ya. So I've posted a link to an Excel spreadsheet tabulating the NBA players stats for last year. Of highest interest is the last two columns, PPG, or Fantasy Points per Game, and the PPM or Fantasy Points per Minute. Maybe you can understand why I'm still a Sean May fan , it has nothing to do with where he attended college.