I'd like to point out that trading draft picks can become a problem in some cases. I've been in fantasy basketball leagues where it's failed horribly. But that was mostly because it was not regulated at all. Which led to people trading their first round pick for the other team's 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th round picks, etc.
However, since we have all competent owners in this league. And since all trading of picks will be subject to majority league-wide approval, it should be fun and interesting. And since this is a dynasty league, it means you can trade your picks from future years for players, etc.
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Its kinda hard to know what the value of a pick is for trading. Hmm...is there a chart we can follow
Unfortunately, I couldn't find a good NBA fantasy trade value chart online. So I made my own draft value chart by starting with the first overall pick at a value of 3000. And then treating it like a game of sudoku by making sure that pick values and potential trades made sense to me. I used basketballmonster.com's player rankings for reference.
Just to re-iterate, these are just for reference.
[ Edited by crzyafrican on Aug 5, 2008 at 12:54 AM ]