Commissioner Corner Message Board
It should go like this.
1. Head to head regular season meetings(Because during the season you play twice and the combined point winner for both meetings most likely is the higher seed. If the lower seed won the regular season head to head then they really deserve to move on.
2 If needed it should then go to who was the higher seed.(The reason you play the season is to determine who was the better team over the long haul so if you tie 4-4-1 in the playoffs how can a team not be rewarded for it?
Last is the big question. How can you use a categorie to determine a winner when there is no way to ensure that both teams have the equal amount of games played during the week.
If this were footbal then it would make more since because they play one game a week. I had players with 4 games and some with 3 so how can you use points when one team has the upper hand based on the scheduel?
Yahoo is dropping the ball and I am heading to ESPN for fantasy from here out. I have been in Yahoo fantasy leagues since they first had any and it seems they put no thought into what is going on. I tied 4-4-1 and was seeded higher and beat the team I tied 7-2 and 8-1 in the season meetings. How the hell does he move on and not me? How can you pick the winner based on points when there are 8 other catagories and each one has just as much importance as points? What if during the week of playoffs your opponent plays 7 more games just because that is the way the scheduel fell? Picking a winner based on points is retarded and the season has no meaning based on this formula.
In the event that a playoff game ends in a tie, the deadlock is broken using the following system:
1. Most team points scored.
2. Most team rebounds.
3. Highest team field goal percentage.
4. Highest team free throw percentage.
5. Fewest team turnovers.
6. Most team 3-point shots made.
7. Most team assists.
8. Most team steals.
9. Most team blocked shots.
10. Random "coin flip."
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