Imagine these scenarios…
1. You make a perfectly legal, blockbuster trade that is vetoed just as the trade deadline passes.
2. Your co-worker’s cousin only fields a full starting lineup during the two weeks that he plays against you. Those are his only two wins of the season.
3. Your old college roommate intentionally loses his last regular season game, costing you a spot in the playoffs and depriving you of hundreds of dollars.
Can you relate to any of these? I can. All three of these scenarios have happened in leagues that I’ve played in. Do you know how your league will handle situations like these when they come up? If not, then your league needs a constitution.
Whether you’re the commissioner or not, you have to take an active responsibility in spelling out the specifics of how your league operates. Without this, several months of your hard-fought competitive efforts could be wasted, and friendships could be damaged.
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