definitely requires the least amount of skill out of any of the H2H formats because you don't really have to factor in a player's entire skill set. With the other two formats you have to think twice about players who suck at FTs, shoot a low FG%, and turn the ball over too much. The other formats are superior because you're forced to assemble a balanced team.
"H2H: Each category"
is good, but you sometimes end the week with
results. For example, nobody wants to see JayJay vs. Adam end at 5-5-2. It's always best to have clear winners/losers at the end of the week.
"H2H: Most Categories"
has the best of both worlds--it requires a fair amount of skill, and you're sure to experience either the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat.
I'd definitely be willing to play either "H2H: Each Category" or "H2H: Most Categories."
Again, I'll play just about any fantasy hoops format - and enjoy it.
However, I also need to cast a vote here. And BD is correct. H2H: Most Categories
retains some of the worthwhile aspects of standard roto (for instance, emphasis on well-rounded players and balanced rosters due to a variety of statistical columns) while producing the excitement and lively banter of head-to-head match-ups that end with a clear-cut winner each week.
So, H2H: Most Categories
gets my vote.
Some other tips for H2H fantasy basketball:
-Slightly larger roster sizes tend to work better.
-Set a maximum number of transactions, and don't set it too high (i.e. definitely not higher than 50). Otherwise managers can win matchups simply by adding/dropping more than anyone else. Boring.