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    Jensens, I know we've been playing that you have to declare that your picking up the replacement for an injury and put him into your lineup at the start of the week but this raises two questions for me.

    1) Im currently locked into a trade with gopher for Caputo from harvard, who apparently just got injured today (big surprise right?). It was a two part deal that also involved brandon rader for ettelson, since gopher was going to keep his part of the deal even after finding out rader was done I'm honor bound to finish the trade even now that Caputo is hurt. Im assuming that I will get the rights to Caputos backup also, is this correct?

    2) I dont know if this is an issue right now but its another interesting question I had, what if a weight is still up in the air come draft time and two seperate people on a team get drafted. Lets say it was glasser and saf for example. Now glasser establishes himself as the starter and gets hurt, bumping saf into the lineup. Im assuming that the person who drafted saf can then score points there and glasser is unable to pick up an injury replacement? What if someone had drafted saf but then dropped him in the supplimental, could the guy who had glasser pick him up as an injury replacement in that case?

    No entirely sure who drafted those two and what the situation is with that but the whole injury thing made me start thinking.

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    whomever picked up saf in the draft was obviously reaching hoping to steal a starter I think...with the supplemental draft it gives you a chance to do this I think and still recover...

    i think the supplemental draft was a brilliant idea because you can fix injuries and dump dead weight...some teams started to make a comeback after the supplemental draft (vis a vis me) so I think that is the answer...

    keep the supplemental, trades and you get the back-up of your injured wrestler if he goes down...
    "Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak."

  3. #3

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Jensens, I know we've been playing that you have to declare that your picking up the replacement for an injury and put him into your lineup at the start of the week but this raises two questions for me.

    1) Im currently locked into a trade with gopher for Caputo from harvard, who apparently just got injured today (big surprise right?). It was a two part deal that also involved brandon rader for ettelson, since gopher was going to keep his part of the deal even after finding out rader was done I'm honor bound to finish the trade even now that Caputo is hurt. Im assuming that I will get the rights to Caputos backup also, is this correct?

    2) I dont know if this is an issue right now but its another interesting question I had, what if a weight is still up in the air come draft time and two seperate people on a team get drafted. Lets say it was glasser and saf for example. Now glasser establishes himself as the starter and gets hurt, bumping saf into the lineup. Im assuming that the person who drafted saf can then score points there and glasser is unable to pick up an injury replacement? What if someone had drafted saf but then dropped him in the supplimental, could the guy who had glasser pick him up as an injury replacement in that case?

    No entirely sure who drafted those two and what the situation is with that but the whole injury thing made me start thinking.
    Yes to #1. Yes to both parts of #2.
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    ok thanks for clarifying

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