From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

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From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby Nick » Fri Nov 18, 2011 8:51 pm

7-1.1 : A new GM will be assigned a trade advisor to ease the entrance into the BBKL trade environment. This trade advisor will help the new-GM plan how they are going to shape their roster. Trade advisors will not involve their own roster with the new-GM's dealings in anyway for 3 additional roster locks after the two week trade freeze, this includes the planning of future trades.

- Once the 2week trade freeze period is over, deals completed in the following roster (7 days at least) lock must be approved by the trade advisor before being posted. If the new GM can't contact his advisor, the trade ombudsman (see 7-1.2) will temporally act as the trade advisor and make the decision to approve, deny, or delay for trade advisor to return. The following 2 roster locks (14 days) the new GM will have complete control over their own roster, but their trade advisor will still be a confound-free voice, not involving their roster with any trade discussions with the new GM for a total of 5 weeks (2+1+2).

-)nce the waiting period is over, the new-GM has every right to back off from a deal he previously agreed on (without being called out for that, ANY deal talked about during the 2 week trade freeze, or 3 week advising period is not final nor should it be brought up in an offensive manner versus the newGM ).

7-1.2 : In the event that a new GM is looking to have a trade approved but their formally named advisor (7-1.1) is absent and unable to respond for 12 hours, for any reason, a trade ombudsman will temporarily have approval, rejection, or delay for actual advisor power.

-If the newGM is in the western conference, then Billy will be the ombudsman
-If the newGM is in the eastern conference, then Anton will be the ombudsman
- Similar to the formal advisor, the ombudsman will not reference or involve their own roster in any way well in an advisor role.



The purpose of the trade buddy is to get the new GM into the community as pain-free as possible; this means player value, our rules, and what's best for the BBKL. Own team interest MUST be set aside in this circumstance. Violating this should be a warning for removal. The idea here is the be the rational voice for the new, often emotional and zealous, GM who is being over-whelmed with offers, being told 8 different ways how each move helps him, being encouraged to make a deal to 'make his team his own', etc. It does not mean slow them down and hold them back, it means keeping assets and value in the organization, the BBKL needs to protect it's franchises.

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Note: The trade advisor is the FIRST line of defence for the BBKL to protect it's own best interest, in addition to rule 7-4 if the trade advisor feels the GM is unfit for duty as a BBKL GM the situation will be taken to league office for discussion (Advisor + CC + Admin).

Advisor Qualifications: must be competent in understanding the CBA and the nature of the rules, should demonstrade strong trade history and perhaps even the ability to manage a team UP the BBKL ranks -> tenure must exceed 1 calendar year, zero infractions currently of concern and of course must agree to fulfill rule 7-1.1 in purest sense (their team should not come up even 1 step removed from the new-GMs). Should be from the opposite conference, definitely different division.


Take away: NewGM & advisor: 2 week freeze, 1week approval needed, 2 week still cannot trade w/advisor but 100% own decisions. 5 week new GM review/advisor period.
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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby Arian The Insider » Fri Nov 18, 2011 8:57 pm

i think trade buddies should be from the opposite conference. an east team would rather see a west team get stronger at the expense of an east team in a trade and vise-versa.
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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby Nick » Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:02 pm

Arian wrote:i think trade buddies should be from the opposite conference. an east team would rather see a west team get stronger at the expense of an east team in a trade and vise-versa.


added for clarity, although none of the qualifications aspect is in the CBA.

that will be a preference for sure; and one we've talked about.
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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby Tony » Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:10 pm

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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby Scott » Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:30 pm

This trade buddy idea was a brilliant one, I wonder who thought of it? :)
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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby Chris » Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:33 pm

Like the concept, considering I never had one.
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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby anton » Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:21 pm

Eastern Conference Trade Ombudsman checking in.

things are gonna change around here....
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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby armandtanzarian » Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:45 pm

Chris wrote:Like the concept, considering I never had one.


You were supposed to be afforded one but, you were pushed through the rules because they were not officially written and people who wanted players on your team felt it necessary to let the rules(unofficial) slide. It was a very touchy subject at the time. You can take credit for the detail and introduction of this rule. Even though, you were just a victim of circumstance with this all going on behind closed doors. You were an eager GM who wanted to get to work, like any other guy would. Its all good now though. Hopefully this is a bit of an insurance policy. I do not foresee much turnover in the future though, so we should be good to go.
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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby Nick » Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:48 pm

Yep, we try to learn from our past mistakes, turnover is bad bad bad! we have a good group of guys even if there is 1 or 2 that each individual doesn't like...

I know I'm sick of Mik... fucking guy




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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby Chris » Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:52 pm

mr. bruin wrote:
Chris wrote:Like the concept, considering I never had one.


You were supposed to be afforded one but, you were pushed through the rules because they were not officially written and people who wanted players on your team felt it necessary to let the rules(unofficial) slide. It was a very touchy subject at the time. You can take credit for the detail and introduction of this rule. Even though, you were just a victim of circumstance with this all going on behind closed doors. You were an eager GM who wanted to get to work, like any other guy would. Its all good now though. Hopefully this is a bit of an insurance policy. I do not foresee much turnover in the future though, so we should be good to go.


I feel like Sean Avery, which ironically enough, is pretty apt.
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Re: From the league office: Trade Advisor added to CBA

Postby anton » Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:55 pm

you were supposed to get a trade buddy, but no one liked you enough to want to be yours. we were all laughing in the CC forum about how we were going to rip you off and how we were going to force your team down the shitter.

ahhhhhhh, good times.

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