I need a bit more explanation. Is the suggestion that signing players won't count against the cap for all players if you say that you waive your right at re-signing them?
I'm with Matt.
If the goal is to make this as close to the "real" thing as possible, then you need to have any player added count towards the cap. In the NBA even 10 day contracts count towards the cap and luxury tax calculations.
Also, as the rules currently stand, you can only extend 2 guys currently on your roster for the following season. Once you have 2 guys you want to keep and extend, this rule also adds another benefit to a team under the cap.
I think this rule takes away from the intended purpose of running a dynasty league. Every action needs to have implications.
The rule states "At the end of the year you are allowed to two sign players on your roster to an extension for as many years as you want provided you remain under cap. This decision must be made prior to the draft."
I'm reading 'under the cap' in terms of my 2013-14 cap.. is that right? OR is the rule saying you can only extend 2 players if you have 'current' cap space. If it is the latter, only drizz, joey, and appollo are under the cap.
Again, this is only my opinion, but the capped out team should not be awarded ANY advantages. Period.
That's the way I look at it. Being at the cap should be something that is dreaded, not incentivized and rewarded.
We might add some more rules to restrict possibilities for streaming. One way would be to limit the maximum number of player adds to one per week. This will in effect only hurt teams over the cap.
And thats much farther from "real" than what I am proposing.
Lost flexibility on trades being the only detriment is far from appropriate punishment to dissuade those from approaching the cap.
Hold on, hold on. So if we signed 2 players after we maxed out our salary cap, do we still have the ability to re-sign those as our 2 guys in the off season?
Last edited by koncept; Sun Mar 10th, 2013 at 10:32 PM.
So if tomorrow I added John Lucas and Quincy Acy to my roster and for whatever reason I wanted to extend them in the off-season, it wouldnt be allowed.
PS - I am really going to have a good handle on this for the 2017-18 season, so just as heads up, beware... lol
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