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  • Sherlock® Sherlock® Feb 16, 2009 5:43 PM Flag


    I really don't see any reason to veto this trade.

    First of all, both players will not help or hurt anyone this season.

    No one really knows what will happen next season - so both players are taking a risk.

    There is no sign of collusion, team dumping or cheating.

    Chalk this one up as a good trade for the owner who gets the players who will have a better year next season - none of us really knows who (we are also guessing) - so why veto....

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    • Exactly. If none of these are happening, "collusion, team dumping or cheating", then you should not veto.

      In a keeper league especially, managers should be able to take chances/gambles in trades. At the beginning of the year, someone tradeing Biedrins for Lopez would have been crazy, but now look. Why take away the ability for someone to buy low on someone they expect to blow up??

      I say, don't veto 99% of the time since you don't know what that player wants.... heck... in the NBA Memphis made some questionable moves (the gasols) but now they look as if they might pan out..... you never know.


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