Essentially, big men become hugely important in the league you’re in and throws average rankings out the window.
PF and C values go up, as PGs traditionally commit the most turnovers. That said, you can’t just draft bigs first. The draft top 10 for your league should go Dwight, Gasol, Lopez, Durant, LeBron, Kobe, Wade, Dirk, J.Smith, D.Lee.
Target one of those last few names in the first round, with ‘Melo, Amar’e, Granger, Deron, Paul, Rondo (in that order) somewhere around your second pick.
I would suggest using a traditional cheat sheet (like the ones from Razzball!) and having a site like http://www.basketball-reference.com
handy during your draft. When you identify one or two players you’re hoping to grab, compare their ORbd numbers. It might not always shift the value of each player from your cheat sheet, but it likely will.
Below is a rough stat equivalency reminder:
0-1 turnovers per game is equivalent to 3-5 ORbd per game.
1-2 turnovers per game are equivalent to 2-3 ORbd per game.
2-3 turnovers per game are equivalent to 1-2 ORbd per game.
3-4 turnovers per game are equivalent to 0-1 ORbd per game.