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I'm the commissioner of a league and will not veot this trade. Only one guy is complaining that I let all these trades go through, but it's more about c*ck blocking than vetoing.
So it this a vetoing trade.....
jose calderon for chuck hayes.
Just look at their averages for the past month and let me know if its vetoable. just want to hear other opinions. Thanks
lol! how can that be vetoable??? have you been looking how Chuck Hayes is playing right now and how he is translating into Fantasy stats?
Chuck Hayes is producing near Ben Wallace's (In his prime) line..
If Team Jose Calderon needs Rebs and Stls for a bigman plus decent FG% then he can go for it..
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here's how im looking at it. you don't veto because you wouldn't do it. over the past 30 days, hayes has a much better fg% has 1/2 steal per game more and a block per game. calderson points and assist are the same as hayes points and rebounds. And hayes has half the T.O's as calderon.
It may not be 100% even, but based on what each team may need, is it vetoable, I still say no
My opinion is that it is not "veto-able" at all. Veto's should only be used if the trade is soo unfair that it can be considered cheating and/or collusion. Hayes has shown that he is a solid player in multiple categories and if somebody is willing to "sell high" on him, they have every right to do so. Yes, I wouldn't call this a perfectly balanced trade, but my opinion is that it is not even close to being a trade worthy of a veto.
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