1) Draft Lottery system
Option 1) Simple solution would be to have the draw the same way it is outlined, but if you don't win the top 3 picks drawn like the then you get put back based on standings of the regular season. In this way they can still have the opportunity to win the lottery, but they do not automatically jump up positions because they are a part of it.
2) Injury List system
Option 3) We do away with the il list completely and expand active rosters by 2 spots
3)Draft rights for players not in the NBA
Option 1) You hold his rights until he comes over. You pay him and he takes up a roster spot, even if he never plays a game in the NBA.
4)Draft rights for players not in the NBA
Option 1) You can hold draft rights on no more then 2 players
5) Bird Rights
Option 2) You only acquire bird rights on a player after he signs either one two-year or two one-year (full year) contracts with the same team and. If you trade for such player you inherit his bird rights status at the end of his contract, but if he gets waived bird rights are reset
6) Points system
Option 1) Use the current setup. Points system only applies when average salary and contract length are equal in two or more offers.
7) rasheed wallace was waived by scully, before we officially set parameters for retiring players
Option 1) allow scully to get sheed back, so he can try to trade him.
8) under current rules 2009 rookies on 1 and 2 year contracts become modified rfa after their contracts are up. for some reason we didn't include those on 3 year contracts which is unfair to guys who own them, since they had to pay more money to get those guys and yet have less protection on their players to show for it
Option 1) allow rookies on 3 year deals to become modified rfas as well