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  • Sam Sam Feb 21, 2013 5:15 AM Flag

    Bad veto?

    I hear you, but player valuation isn't the point here. The point is that I offered up a deal to another owner in my league (as far as I know, it's a random league. At least I don't know anyone) and he accepted. Now would I make that deal from the other side of the table? Probably not. But he did. He's not out of the playoff race yet, so this isn't a roster dump. And he certainly doesn't owe me any favors that would lead to him accepting the trade. So on what grounds can the commish (who isn't far behind me in the standings) veto the trade that doesn't give him de facto control over how I run my team? It's not his job to maintain competitive balance, parity isn't compulsory in fantasy hockey, and if someone wants to trade me Alex ovechkin, whether it be out of need or a simple, deep-seated hatred of Russians, he should be allowed to do so.

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