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Hi all, just need some more commish's to weigh in and make sure I'm in the right here. If a Team A plans on dropping Mason Raymond (for someone else coming back from IR), but instead trades him to Team B (19 out of 20 on the Waiver Wire) for Blake Comeau, who Team A intends to immediately drop, that's clear cut collusion correct? Keeping in mind that a lot of other teams higher on the wire would add Raymond,.
I thought it was cut and dry but team B is creating something of a shitstorm and I want some validation, or someone to tell me to quit being a fascist ass.
- 1 Reply to Tony
1 vote for ass...I hadn't thought of it that way so thanks, but while Team A is in a playoff spot, and Team B is barely fighting for one, I still suspect that's not the *why*
To extend on this a bit, Team A told me specifically that he was doing it in the hopes that when Team B realized that he wouldn't make the playoff's, he would "return the favor and send him his good players".
Also this is a one off no keeper league, so no draft picks or anything exchanging hands.
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