Posted by xxevilivexx on 11/28/2012 9:05:00 PM (view original):
I think that the only way a double progressive makes sense is if the incoming draft pools look like this.
1st year: Initial draft, choose anyone, only one instance per player, you can start him at season 1, 2 or 3.
2nd year: Every player who started in the 1950's (thus starts inclusion of clones, based only on time period)
3rd year: Every player who started in the 1960's
4th year: Every player who started in the 1970's
5th year: 1971-1977
6th year: 1978-1986
7th year: 1987-1993
8th year: 1994-2004
9th year: 2005-Present + Every player who started in the 1950's (rolling start, large draft pool)
The season 1,2 or 3 idea is good especially with the cap that would give some flexibility with minutes.
With a double prog and the second season draft you'd have the potential of a clone on the same team &
definitely clones playing in same conference. Which kinda seems to defeat the original double idea of
a single player in each conference.
An initial double draft w/ clones would assure one player in each conference but 2nd season draft is limited.
A good idea but would you want a team with the same clones? It would work.