DVauthrin wrote:At 12:01 AM saturday (eastern) time, the first group of 10 players for bidding will be posted. You have to hold the winning bid for 12 hours, and when a player is won, you post the next player in that row of players(going across in my finalized free agent list spread sheet).
not understanding how this is going to work, but let me take a crack...
The first group of ten players gets posted, we can bid on any/all/or some combination of those players, then, if we win any of them, we have to post the name from the NEXT
- OR -
Are we simply taking the first group of players, bidding on them each one by one, then if/when we win one of them, we post the next name in the group?
I sense a train wreck waiting in the wings...
I sense that you need to not take everything so seriously. Relax and enjoy the flow.
How this will work is as follows:
Group 5 will all be posted first at one time. When a player is won in group 5, one person can post another player in that players corresponding row on my free agent groups spreadsheet on google docs. For example, Bogut happens to be the first player won, then one owner can post ONE player on his row in the spreadsheet(T. Chandler, Noah, Deng, Harden, Lawson, Iggy). That means when a certain caliber of player is won, a similar player takes his spot in the auction. If westbrook is won, one owner will post ONE player on his row(CP3, Curry, DHoward, Durant, LBJ, Love, Granger).
If a group completely finishes, someone will post all of the next group according to this list:
There were 8 items in your list. Here they are in random order:
FA group 5(this group will go first)
FA group 1
FA group 6
FA group 2
FA group 7
FA group 4
FA group 3
FA group 8
Timestamp: 2011-12-08 09:16:09 UTC