Commissioner Corner Message Board
If you're looking for a realistic league this is what your'e looking for. In this Dynasty League everyone will choose one of the 30 NBA teams and will receive all the players from that team. You are free to do what you want with the guys on the team however Salary Cap will hold you back.
The league will be exactly like the NBA except its fantasy. Same salary cap, same players on each team, Free agency, trade deadline and everything.
You may be thinking free agency? How would that work? Well when a player on your team is an unrestricted FA (or if he opts out or the team declines his option in real life) he's fair play. Each team will tell me what they offer a certain player. There will be a deadline to when you can offer guys contracts and the player will go to the highest bidder. However don't forget about your salary cap. Every signing must be able to happen with the cap and if not, the player goes to the next guy in line.
Since you can't have 30 team leagues on Yahoo it will be run in two separate Leagues Western Conference and Eastern Conference. I will be co-owner of a team in the opposite conference so I can still oversee both leagues.
Everything involving salaries will be on a proboards site I create and we will also have a league website I'll create.
If you have interest please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not beyond active please do not email me. This is the kind of league that you will have to check VERY often and will a lot of time. In your email include the top 3 teams you would like, how often you'll check the sites, when you watch basketball and how active you'll be. 27 Managers are currently needed
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