Fantasy Sports Genie wrote: heyeaglefn wrote: 2ksports wrote:
Yes, you can.
Yahoo! upgrades it's interface every year. Being able to put anybody at any position in any round is one of the features this year. Yahoo! has hands down the best interface for commissioners right now.
I've uploaded this to my server: http://resopollution.com/yahoointerface.png
That is true, but I think all managers must have the same number of draft picks.
Depends what you mean. When the dust clears, every manager must have the same number of picks/players. But the commish can also slot keeper players in place of any pick. So it is possible one team could have 15 keepers and 1 actual draft pick while another team had 15 draft picks and 1 keeper player.
If you have a use case where you'd want teams to end up with different numbers of players when the draft ends, help me understand it.
I was hoping someone could clear this up for me, because I've been running a keeper league on the free Yahoo leagues for a few years now and we're trying to figure out a way to allow for draft pick trades this year to spice things up.
So basically: any draft pick trade (for example, a team wanting to trade out of the first round for say a 3rd and 4th round pick for example) can be done as long as it's one pick for one pick, two picks for two picks, etc... because every team must have the same number of picks at the end of the day for the interface to work, right?
So, theoretically, a team could trade up for three first rounders, but only as long as the teams he trades with get back an equal number of draft picks (regardless of round) in replacement, correct?
Any help would be appreciated. I'm pretty sure I understand how this works now but just wanted to make for sure that I wasn't setting myself up for failure.