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I'm also looking for a replacement manager. Sorry to piggy back but is anyone interested? It's 12 teams, 15 man nba roster size, keep 7 players, PG, SG, SF, PF, C and 6th man (util) 14 categories, league is called the association. Your team will be a western conference NBA team. We are in the 4th year. We've already had about a dozen trades this season. People are overly active. Email or reply. akburns11 at yahoo dot com Thanks!!! I need your email
They are pretty much the same thing. Dynasty leagues often cover multiple sports using the same team managers. I've also noticed they usually have a higher keeper count and play more like "real" teams, hanging on the same players for years and years.
you have the continual rolling list (which is the default so most are familiar with it). when a player is dropped by another manager the dropped player is in the "waiver". different league has different waiver period but the default would be 2 days. thats to give enough time for all managers to claim the dropped player. all interested manager puts up a waiver claim for that dropped player. when the waiver period ends (say after 2 days), the one with the lowest claim priority gets the player, regardless of who applied first. if no one claims the player then becomes a Free Agent (FA) and it becomes a fist come first serve basis for acquiring the player.
unless your league commissioner has modified it, the priority or list is usually the reverse of your draft order. if you had the very last pick in your draft then you get the 1st priority. after each successful claim the manager is designated the last on the list of the priority.
Think about it - if time mattered, there'd be no waivers at all; it'd be first come first serve. If you have 6th position, if you get him, your waiver priority drops to last (12th in a 12 tam league. If you don't get him because someone with a better priority claimed him, he drops to last, and all those behind the manager who claimed him move up 1 - in your case, 5th.
When you submit the waiver claim has no relevance as long as the claim is submitted before waivers run. The waiver priority will take precedent. You could have put in your claim 2 days ago and the number 1 guy could put his in 5 minutes before waivers run and he'd get the player.
The thing with Wiggins is that he's still learning. It may sound obvious since he's a rookie, but If you watch the Timberwolves play, you can see that he hasn't prepared himself for the NBA schedule (with the back to backs and such), so this could be a big problem. He also hasn't found his hot spots yet either. If you're willing to be patient with Wiggins then yes drop Pope.
However, someone will pick up Pope if you drop him, so my advice is if you know you can do well without Pope then this should be a easy decision, but if not, be careful.
I play in a league with a game limit. If I play all of my guys I will play 44 games, but the last day Hayward and Lowry's last games won't count.
If I don't play David Lee, David West and Jonas Valancius, I will play a total of 39 games and Hayward and Lowry's last game will count.
Which would you do?
How do waiver claims work? I put in a waiver claim to pick up a player and i was wondering how that works? So i looked and turns out i am at priority 6, and if the waiver is successful i''ll get him on Tuesday. Lets say for example i put in the claim(6) but another owner with a lower priority(1) puts in a claim, will he get the player whether or not i put in the claim first?
Possible trade: I give MCW and Greg Monroe, I get Gordon Hayward. 8 team league, very shallow so the waiver wire should let me fill the roster spot easily. If that's too much/too little, what's a suggested deal for Hayward - his owner needs assists.
I need points, FGM and FTM - totals not percentages.
PG: Kyle Lowry, Jrue Holiday, MCW
SG: Nicolas Batum, Joe Johnson, Wes Matthews, Lou Williams
SF: LeBron, Tobias Harris
PF: Greg Monroe, Draymond Green
C: DeAndre Martin, Andre Drummond
I would encourage you to try and create a package of two for one or even a three for one deal. That one targeted should be a consistent/top player like A.Davis It's a long shot though. If you actually decide to go the route of two/three for one, consider punting certain stat categories (while dominating in others of course).
Since you seem really interested in Anthony Davis the most, can you provide me with the entire roster from the owner? Or better yet give me your top three most desired players from that list along with the owners entire roster and I'll try my best to create a package for you. No guarantees though.
Meanwhile, the best one for one deal for would probably be either Monroe or Jefferson for Chandler, Green or Batum.
One last thing I want to point out is that your true assets in that list are Jefferson and Monroe. The others are just add-ons and sort of a 'hope the other owner really likes him' type of asset.
12 team no limit roto needs a strong replacement player. This team has Kobe, Dragic, Brook Lopez, Cousins and Terrance Jones among others. Plenty of talent to move up the standings. Who wants it???
I am being offered Paul Milsap and Tony Wroten for Kobe Bryant my team currently is
Jrue Holiday NO - PG
Kobe Bryant LAL - PG,SG,SF
Jimmy Butler Chi - SG,SF
Nick Young LAL - SG,SF
Dirk Nowitzki Dal - PF,C
Kevin Durant OKC - SF,PF
Robin Lopez Por - C
Ryan Anderson NO - PF,C
J.J. Redick LAC - SG
Robert Covington Phi - PF
Tyler Zeller Bos - PF,C
Jarrett Jack Bkn - PG,SG
Nikola Vucevic Orl - PF,C
Anderson Varejao Cle - PF,C
Should I trade away Kobe Bryant for Milsap and Wroten.. If so who should I drop?
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