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    Roster Gripe/Position Change Rules

    Gripes will only take place at the start of the file.
    Position changes/wonders may only be done 3 times a year; Between FA and TC, before the All-Star Weekend, and before the playoffs.



    Gripes:
    At the beginning of the league, gripes allow a GM to ask the commissioner to consider why a player should be rated higher than he currently is. If a player’s weight, height, salary, or anything else is incorrect, please notify the commissioner as well.

    After this, gripes are used to change players’ positions based on the GMs wishes. A player’s position does affect how he grows through training camp.

    Gripes Format:
    Thread Name: Team A Gripes
    Player B
    Current Ratings: C C C C C
    New Ratings: B B B B B
    Explanation/Justification here.

    Example:

    Thread Name: Lakers Gripes
    Kobe Bryant
    B B B B B
    b+ b- c+ b+ c
    Explanatoin: he's not that bad of a defender and is a better scorer.

    Position Changes:
    -You can request position changes for your players in your team changes thread, they will be done for the next sim.
    -Players can be changed and changed back as many times as you want.
    -There will be no "wonders" so if you're requesting a position change please make sure you are willing to take a permanent ratings decrease if your changing from a position that has a higher cap for certain ratings than the position they're changing to.
    Example: PG's have a maximum rebound rating of C, if you changed a C+ rebounding SF to PG then changed back later his rebounding will not go back to C+ at SF after all of these changes.


    Position changes may be refused at the commissioner's discretion.
    Centers may play PF and C
    PF's may play C, PF, and SF
    SF's may play PF, SF, and SG
    SG's may play SF, SG, and PG
    PG's may play PG, SF, and SG


    A player moved from SF to SG may not then play PG since they are now a SG. The original position of the player will be taken into account, rather than their current one, when deciding if they may play a certain position or not


    The above rule only applies to starting positions. If you have a back-up SF and you want him to play your back-up PG spot and back up SG spot as well, this may be allowed to the commissioner's discretion.
    Last edited by theGhost-isGone; 05-30-2016 at 07:18 PM.

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