Brentastic

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  1. 31 minutes ago, Henry Muto said:

    The teams that are bad will say that picks should be same.  Teams that are good will say a draw.  No right answer here.  Can't really be giving a team that finished in the playoffs the previous year the #1 pick.  Also it be terrible for a team that tore their team to rebuild and draw a late pick.

     

    No right answer really on this one.

    Break league into 2 tiers based on last year’s standings and do random draw. If you’re a bottom 7 team you’re guaranteed a top 7 pick etc... 


  2. We should start a discussion about what we will do with contracts etc should there be no 2020 season. I personally think we should have the option to count and not count contract years.


    In other words, say someone on your roster has 1 year remaining (RFA in 2021). If there is no season in 2020 I think owners should have the option of letting the 1 year go or not.  Same with all contract years.  5 stays 5 OR goes to 4 next year, owner's decision.

     

    I'm just brainstorming but I think we should have a plan NOW before we lock in contracts and finalize our rosters etc... Better to be prepared than not. I'm not married to that idea but I can see scenarios where fairness of a lost year comes into question so I think we should be prepared and have a plan that has been voted on before it gets too late.


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    6.4 Trading During RFA Period
    If the rights to a player currently on the board is traded, the current high bidder will have 24 hours to increase his/her bid one time, even if bidding is "CLOSED." If the bidding is "CLOSED", then only the current high bidder may bid. If bidding has not "CLOSED" for the traded player, then anyone may bid as before.  The commish will post that a trade of a RFA has occurred and post the new time stamp for how long the high bidder has to raise their bid.

    In addition, if an owner receives BB's as a part of a trade because the owner did not have enough BB's to match all their current player bids, the current high bidder will have 24 hours to increase his/her bid one time, even if bidding is "CLOSED."  If the bid is raised then the current owner will once again have 24 hours to match the bid from the time the bid is raised.  If the bid is closed and the high bidder announces that it will not be raised the owner will have the remaining left time left to match the bid adding the dead time between the trade time and the announced time it won't be raised.  The commish will post that a trade of a RFA has occurred and post the new time stamp for how long the high bidder has to raise their bid.

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