NBA Draft Logic Case Study- Knight Topic

Why is this important?  It probably isn't in the grand scheme of things, but mid-majors getting guys drafted in a more normal spot may help to bump their prestige and create more power mid-majors.  

In Tark, with St. Louis I just lost a guy to EE. I'm not saying he shouldn't have left, as I was expecting it, but I don't see how him leaving early would help me overall. Even if it bumps me from a B to B+, the massive gap with the Big 6 conference money isn't going to be able to get me a comparable player to the one that just left.
5/10/2013 3:17 PM
Posted by stinenavy on 5/10/2013 3:17:00 PM (view original):
Why is this important?  It probably isn't in the grand scheme of things, but mid-majors getting guys drafted in a more normal spot may help to bump their prestige and create more power mid-majors.  

In Tark, with St. Louis I just lost a guy to EE. I'm not saying he shouldn't have left, as I was expecting it, but I don't see how him leaving early would help me overall. Even if it bumps me from a B to B+, the massive gap with the Big 6 conference money isn't going to be able to get me a comparable player to the one that just left.
I just wish they could differentiate the EE logic and the draft stock.  Prestige having an affect on EE is fine, but for it to impact seniors so much is a negative.  
5/10/2013 4:23 PM
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