One of the biggest mistakes I see drafters make when it comes to leverage in best ball is the thinking that leverage is created by straying too far from ADP. This thinking likely stems from the DFS methodology of creating leverage through ownership percentages. Drafters pay too much attention to being unique and creating rosters that are built differently from the field. When you stray too far from ADP, you are simply making a draft theory mistake by inducing additional variance where it need not be accepted. To break this habit pattern, it must be understood that ownership . . .