Commissioner Corner Message Board
We're in a league where we all know each other, we agreed to remove the can't cut list mid season so people could drop the inured and the sucky.
I mentioned a month ago that we should reinstate it before playoffs, but he ignored me.
In the last 2 daysed? Nash and Tony Parker have been dropped due to scheduling reasons, and I think it's absurd that guys of that quality are hitting the wire. I'm #2 on the list, so I'll accept it, but I think it ruins the integrity of the game?
Am I right in thinking that this must be resolved?
No, you're not necessarily right. You're right in your reasoning but, the settings are the settings and they shouldn't be changed back and forth. Personally I don't like having a can't cut list although I do in a few leagues I run with another manager b/c he does. The point of not having a no can't cut list is so that managers can drop players who are hurt(T. Parker), don't have a favorable schedule(S. Nash) or otherwise. Some managers will pickup 3 players in the 3 days the Lakers have off and make up and surpass Nash's value for that week and there's nothing wrong with that if everyone has the same opportunity. I wouldn't be too upset, just do your best to play within the same guidelines and put Nash and Parker on waivers if you want them. If it's a keeper though, it changes things and you have a very valid point to make to the commissioner and I would do so as politely but, factually as possible on the league message board.
- 1 Reply to Leander
That was a great response, and much appreciated.
We just did a vote, and so far half the league have responded, and all agreed that we could drop who we want, but not pick up anyone on the can't cut list.
After reading your response, I think I made a mistake. It's stupid to try and change things last minute. I should just run for commissioner next season and try to fix things then.