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Step 1 Getting a Team Roster
You will get a random team
Step 2.Become a gm or Sit back.
You trade picks/trade and sign players to win a championship.
There is a trade deadline for gm's and how to trade is that you have to TG the other nation and tell me the trade, There is something called salary cap If u go past it u can't get the player.

Restricted Free Agency

A restricted free agent (RFA) can sign an offer sheet with any team, but the player's original team can retain him by matching the terms of that offer. The original team is said to have the "right of first refusal."

The restricted free agency exists in the following situations:

Following the fourth year of rookie "scale" contracts for former first-round Draft picks.
For all veteran free agents who have been in the NBA for three seasons or less. The exception to this rule is a first-round Draft pick following his second or third season if his team doesn't exercise its option to extend his rookie-scale contract for the following season. These players then become unrestricted free agents.
A player coming off a two-way contract was on an NBA active or inactive roster for at least 15 days in the season beforehand.
There are five basic options for a restricted free agent:

Accept his team's prior qualifying offer, play out the season and become a free agent the next summer.
Accept his team's maximum qualifying offer (where applicable) and play under that long-term deal.
Negotiate a new contract with his original team that is independent of the qualifying/max qualifying offer.
Sign an offer sheet with another team through March 1, which his original team has an opportunity to match.
Negotiate a sign-and-trade if he hasn't signed an offer sheet with another team.
If there is no qualifying offer, contract, or offer sheet signed for one year, the original team can submit a new qualifying offer and the player will be a restricted free agent the next summer.
Offer sheets

When a restricted free agent wants to sign with another team, he and the new team sign an offer sheet. The terms of that deal -- which must be for at least two seasons -- are given to the player's original team, which has two days to match. If the team matches, then the player is under contract with his original team, but at the principal terms of the offer sheet. If the team passes on matching within two days, the player is under contract with the new team.

If the player for some reason refuses to report for a physical with the original team within two days of the match, the first refusal exercise notice is in play until the player reports. The original team also can withdraw its first refusal exercise notice if the player doesn't report for a physical. At that point, the notice and the offer sheet are invalidated and the player becomes a restricted free agent again. He cannot sign with or be acquired by the offer sheet team for one year.

The team making the offer must have enough salary cap room for the offer sheet and must maintain that room until the offer sheet becomes official or the original team exercises the right of first refusal. The original team cannot match an offer greater than its salary cap room. That original team must have room for both the regular salary and any unlikely bonuses the offer sheet includes.

Qualifying offers

For a player to become a restricted free agent, his team must submit a qualifying offer to the player between the day after the last game of The Finals and June 29.

The qualifying offer is a standing offer for a one-year guaranteed deal, which becomes a regular contact if the player decides to sign it. This ensures that the team does not gain the right of first refusal without offering a contract themselves.

If a player is coming off a regular (non-Two-Way deal), he may qualify for a higher or lower qualifying offer provided he met (or did not meet) the "starter criteria" the previous season -- or the average of the previous two seasons. Starter criteria are based on starting at least 41 games or playing at least 2,000 minutes in the regular season.

Qualifying offers to expire on Oct. 1, but can be extended. However, the extension of a qualifying offer cannot go past March 1. If the deadline passes and the qualifying offer is neither withdrawn nor accepted, the player continues to be a restricted free agent. Teams and players are free to negotiate a new contract after the qualifying offer expires as the deadline only affects the player's ability to accept his qualifying offer.

Players can always accept the qualifying offer and play the following season under its terms. This is sometimes done to ensure unrestricted free agency in the following offseason.

Unrestricted Free Agency

In short, an unrestricted free agent (UFA) is free to sign with any team. Once they sign, they are a part of that new team.

However, some unrestricted free agents have options on their existing contracts that, if exercised, may impact their choices.

Free Agency Moratorium

The Free Agency Moratorium is a negotiation period from July 1-6 in which teams may not sign most free agents or make trades. Starting at 6:01 p.m. on June 30, teams may negotiate deals with free agents but cannot officially sign them until Noon on July 6.

Any deals struck during the moratorium period are characterized as agreements, but do not count toward team salary and are not binding for the player or team. Either side can back out in this situation -- a scenario that took place in 2015 when DeAndre Jordan reneged on his verbal agreement with the Dallas Mavericks to instead re-sign with the then-incumbent LA Clippers.

Some signings can take place during the moratorium period, which are:

Teams signing their first-round Draft picks to standard rookie-scale contracts.
Second-round Draft picks accepting a required tender, which is a one-year contract offer teams must submit to keep the rights to that player.
Restricted free agents can accept qualifying offers from their existing team.
A restricted free agent finishing the fourth year of his rookie-scale contract can accept a maximum qualifying offer.
A restricted free agent can sign an offer sheet with a new team, which triggers the 2-day period for his original team to match it.
Players can be signed to minimum-salary contracts for one or two seasons (but the deals have no bonuses of any kind).
Teams can sign players to Two-Way contracts, turn a Two-Way contract into a standard NBA contract or convert certain standard NBA contracts into a Two-Way contract.
Teams can waive players or claim players waived by other teams.
Otherwise, all other signings must wait until after the moratorium period ends.

Team Options

A team option grants the original team the right to keep a player for another year. If a player has a three-year contract with an option for the fourth season, that means if the option is exercised (by the team in this example), the contract extends through the fourth season. If the option is not exercised (by the team in this example), then the contract ends after the third season.

Once an option is exercised it cannot be revoked -- meaning (in this case) the team can't change their mind of the option once they exercise it. Conditional team options are not allowed, which means the option cannot be contingent on something like number of games played, team wins or scoring average.

There can be only one option year (except in the case of rookie-scale contracts). For rookie-scale contracts for first-round picks, those contain a team option before both the third and fourth seasons.

Option years cannot have a lower salary than the previous season.

Player Options

A player option grants the player the power to decide whether to stay for another year or become an unrestricted free agent. If a player has a three-year contract with an option for the fourth season, that means if the option is exercised (by the player in this example), the contract extends through the fourth season. If the option is not exercised (by the player in this example), then the contract ends after the third season.

Once an option is exercised it cannot be revoked -- meaning (in this case) the player can't change their mind of the option once they exercise it. Conditional player options are not allowed, which means the option cannot be contingent on something like number of games played, team wins or scoring average.

There can be only one option year (except in the case of rookie-scale contracts). For rookie-scale contracts for first-round picks, those contain a team option before both the third and fourth seasons.

Option years cannot have a lower salary than the previous season.

Early Termination Options

An early termination option gives the player the right to end a signed contract. The option cannot be exercised before the end of the fourth year of an existing contract, which means the contract must be for five seasons. If the player declines to exercise the option, he remains with the original team. If the option is exercised, he becomes an unrestricted free agent and is free to sign with any team.

Early termination options are always held by the player (in other words, there are never team early termination options). A contract that has an ETO cannot be extended if the ETO is exercised.

Salary Cap Exceptions

There are 11 types of Salary Cap exceptions that are available to NBA teams. These exceptions allow teams to exceed the salary cap and are as follows:

Qualifying Veteran Free Agent Exception (aka the "Bird" Exception): A team may re-sign its own free agent to a contract with a first-year salary of up to the maximum player salary if he played for the team for some or all of each of the prior three consecutive seasons (or, if he changed teams, he did so by trade or by assignment via the NBA’s waiver procedures during the first of the three seasons).

Early Qualifying Veteran Free Agent (aka “Early Bird”) Exception: A team may re-sign its own free agent to a contract with a first-year salary of up to the greater of (a) 175% of the player’s salary in the last season of his prior contract, or (b) 105% of the average player salary for the prior season, if he played for the team for some or all of each of the prior two consecutive seasons (or, if he changed teams, he did so by trade or by assignment via the NBA’s waiver procedures). A contract signed using the Early Bird Exception must be for at least two seasons (not including any option year).

Non-Qualifying Veteran Free Agent (aka “Non-Bird”) Exception: A team may re-sign its own free agent who is neither a “Bird” nor an “Early Bird” player to a contract with a first-year salary of up to the greater of (a) 120% of the player’s salary in the last season of his prior contract, (b) 120% of the player’s applicable minimum salary for the current season, or (c) if the player is a Restricted Free Agent, his Qualifying Offer amount.

Bi-annual Exception: Teams can use the Bi-annual Exception to sign one or more players to contracts whose first-year salaries, in aggregate, provide for up to a total of $3.382 million. This exception cannot be used in consecutive years and contracts signed using this exception can't cover more than two seasons. Finally, teams can use this exception to re-sign their own free agents, but can't use it to acquire a player by assignment.

Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception: Teams can use the Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception to sign one or more players to contracts with first-year salaries that, in the aggregate, provide for a total up to $8.641 million. Contracts signed using this exception can be for up to four seasons. Additionally, this exception can be used to re-sign a free agent but not to acquire a player by assignment.

Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception: Teams can use the Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception to sign one or more players to contracts with first-year salaries that, in the aggregate, provide for a total up to $5.337 million. Contracts signed using this exception can be for up to three seasons and can be used to re-sign a free agent. However, it cannot be used to acquire a player by assignment.

Mid-Level Salary Exception for Room Teams: If a team has Salary Cap room at any time during a Salary Cap Year such that the team lost its Exceptions and has not already used the Bi-annual Exception, the Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary or the Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exceptions in the same Salary Cap Year, then the team may use the MLSE for Room Teams to sign one or more players to contracts with first-year salaries that, in the aggregate, provide for a total up to $4.449 million. Contracts signed using this exception can cover up to two seasons and can be used to re-sign a team's own free agent, but not to acquire a player by assignment.

Rookie Exception: Teams may sign their first-round draft pick for up to 120% of his Rookie Salary Scale amount. (Note: There will be a new Rookie Salary Scale each season, which will be issued prior to the start of the Moratorium Period for that season and will reflect the increase or decrease in the Salary Cap from the prior year.)

Minimum Salary Exception: Teams may sign a player to a one-year or two-year contract at the applicable minimum player salary (prorated as appropriate for a 10-Day or Rest-of-Season contract). This Exception may also be used to acquire by assignment a player who was signed to a one-year or two-year minimum contract. (Note: As with the Rookie Salary Scale, there will be a new Minimum Annual Salary scale each season, which will be issued prior to the start of the Moratorium Period for that season and will reflect the increase or decrease in the Salary Cap from the prior year.)

Disabled Player Exception: Teams may replace a player who suffers a season-ending injury or illness with one player signed to a contract with a salary of up to the lesser of either 50% of the disabled player’s current salary OR the amount of the Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception for the season in which the Disabled Player Exception is used. That said, the following rules apply to the Disabled Player Exception:

An application can be made with respect to a Salary Cap Year at any time from July 1 through January 15 of such Salary Cap Year, regardless of when the injury or illness occurred.

The disabling injury or illness must make it substantially more likely than not, in the judgment of an NBA-appointed physician, that the disabled player would be unable to play through the following June 15.

A contract signed pursuant to the Disabled Player Exception must be for one season, or if the Exception is used to acquire a player by assignment, then the acquired player must be in the final season of his contract.

A Disabled Player Exception expires on the March 10 following the date on which the Exception is granted.

Traded Player Exception: (Editor's note: Settle in, because this one is complicated.) For one year following the date of the trade of a player contract to another team, a team may replace that traded player with one or more players acquired by assignment. There are rules pertaining to non-simultaneous and simultaneous trades, which are as follows:

For teams whose post-assignment Team Salary would be equal to or less than the Tax Level for the then-current Salary Cap Year (for purposes of this rule, a “non-taxpaying” team), a traded player may be simultaneously (i.e., in the same transaction) replaced by one or more players acquired by assignment whose salaries in the aggregate do not exceed the greater of (i) the lesser of (A) 175% of the salaries of the players being traded plus $100,000, or (B) the salaries of the players being traded plus $5 million, or (ii) 125% of the salaries of the players being traded plus $100,000.

For teams whose post-assignment Team Salary would exceed the Tax Level for the then-current Salary Cap Year (for purposes of this rule, a “taxpaying” team), a traded player may be simultaneously replaced by one or more players acquired by assignment whose salaries in the aggregate do not exceed 125% of the salaries of the players being traded plus $100,000.

A traded player may be replaced in a non-simultaneous transaction by one or more players acquired by assignment whose salaries in the aggregate do not exceed 100% of the salary of the player being traded, plus $100,000.

A team with a Team Salary below the Salary Cap may simultaneously acquire one or more players by assignment whose post-trade salaries, in the aggregate, do not exceed an amount equal to the team’s salary cap room plus $100,000.

In certain circumstances in connection with sign-and-trade transactions, the player traded will not generate the Traded Player Exception amounts described above. Specifically, if a team that is over the Salary Cap enters into a sign-and-trade contract with a Bird or Early Bird free agent using the Bird or Early Bird Exception, and the salary in the first year of the contract is in excess of 120% of the player’s salary in the prior season, then for purposes of calculating the assignor team’s Traded Player Exception, the player’s salary will be deemed equal to the greater of the salary for the last season of his prior contract or 50% of the first year salary under the sign-and-trade contract. (f) For contracts entered into or extended beginning with the 2017-18 season (but in the case of extensions, only with respect to the extended term): (i) in circumstances where a player’s salary protection is less than full, Traded Player Exceptions arising from the trade of such contracts will be calculated based upon the amount of the player’s protected salary in the applicable season (rather than the sum of the player’s protected and unprotected salary); and (ii) with respect to trades conducted following the last day of a regular season, Traded Player Exceptions will be limited to the amount of the player’s protected salary for the following Salary Cap Year (rather than the current Salary Cap Year).
More On Exceptions:

Exceptions cannot be added together to sign or acquire a player, except that a team may aggregate two or more Traded Player Exceptions for the purpose of acquiring -- in the same transaction -- one or more replacement players. Teams that are trading two more more players may elect to apply the exception separately to each of the players it is trading (or where permitted by the CBA) to aggregate the salaries of multiple players it is trading and then apply the exception.

The Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level, Taxpayer Mid-Level, Mid-Level for Room Teams, Bi-annual, Bird, Early Bird, Non-Bird, and Rookie Exceptions are prorated beginning on January 10 of each season. The Minimum Player Salary Exception is prorated after the first day of the season.

Use of the Bi-annual Exception, Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception, Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception, or Mid-Level Salary Exception for Room Teams are also subject to restrictions.

A team may use either the Bi-annual or Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception only if the Team Salary at the time the Exception is used and at all times thereafter during such Salary Cap Year does not exceed the Tax Level for the then current Salary Cap Year plus the Tax Apron Amount and at the time the Exception is used, the team has not already used either the Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception or the Mid-Level Salary Exception for Room Teams in that Salary Cap Year.

A team may use the Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception only if the team’s Team Salary immediately following the team’s use of the Exception exceeds the Tax Level for such Salary Cap Year plus the Tax Apron Amount, and the team has not already used the Bi-annual Exception, Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception, or Mid-Level Salary Exception for Room Teams in that Salary Cap Year, or acquired a player pursuant to a sign-and-trade in that Salary Cap Year.

A team may use the Mid-Level Salary Exception for Room Teams only if the team’s Team Salary at any time during that Salary Cap Year was below the Salary Cap such that the team is not entitled to use the Bi-Annual, Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception, or Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception, and at the time the Mid-Level Salary Exception for Room Teams is used, the team has not already used the Bi-annual Exception, Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception, or Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception in that Salary Cap Year.

If a team uses the Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception to sign one or more player contracts not exceeding three seasons in length and providing aggregate first-year salaries and unlikely bonuses not exceeding the amounts that can be paid using the Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception, and the team does not engage in any other transaction (i.e., using the Bi-annual Exception or acquiring a free agent via sign-and-trade) that would otherwise prevent the team from spending above the Tax Level plus the Tax Apron Amount, then the team will be permitted to exceed the Tax Level plus the Tax Apron Amount (for example, by signing its Bird free agent or by using the Minimum Salary Exception), whereupon the team will automatically be deemed to have used the Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception instead of the Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception, and the team's ability to use the Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Salary Exception will be extinguished.
** FULL CBA EXPLANATION FOR ALL CONTRACT EXCEPTION RULES**

Two-way Free Agents

A Two-Way player (other than a first round draft pick whose third or fourth year option was not exercised) will be a Restricted Free Agent at the conclusion of a Two-Way Contract if he was on the NBA team’s active or inactive list for 15 or more days of the NBA regular season in the last season of such contract and provided that the team makes a Qualifying Offer to the player.

Trades and the Salary Cap
Editor's note: Settle in, because this one is complicated.

For one year following the date of the trade of a player contract to another team, a team may replace that traded player with one or more players acquired by assignment. There are rules pertaining to non-simultaneous and simultaneous trades, which are as follows:

• For a “non-taxpaying” team, a traded player may be simultaneously (i.e., in the same transaction) replaced by one or more players acquired by assignment whose salaries in the aggregate do not exceed the greater of (i) the lesser of (A) 175% of the salaries of the players being traded plus $100,000, or (B) the salaries of the players being traded plus $5 million, or (ii) 125% of the salaries of the players being traded plus $100,000.

• For a “taxpaying” team, a traded player may be simultaneously replaced by one or more players acquired by assignment whose salaries in the aggregate do not exceed 125% of the salaries of the players being traded plus $100,000.

• A traded player may be replaced in a non-simultaneous transaction by one or more players acquired by assignment whose salaries in the aggregate do not exceed 100% of the salary of the player being traded, plus $100,000.

• A team below the Salary Cap may simultaneously acquire one or more players by assignment whose post-trade salaries, in the aggregate, do not exceed an amount equal to the team’s salary cap room plus $100,000.

• In certain circumstances in connection with sign-and-trade transactions, the player traded will not generate the Traded Player Exception amounts described above. Specifically, if a team that is over the Salary Cap enters into a sign-and-trade contract with a Bird or Early Bird free agent using the Bird or Early Bird Exception, and the salary in the first year of the contract is in excess of 120% of the player’s salary in the prior season, then for purposes of calculating the assignor team’s Traded Player Exception, the player’s salary will be deemed equal to the greater of the salary for the last season of his prior contract or 50% of the first year salary under the sign-and-trade contract.

• For contracts entered into or extended beginning with the 2017-18 season (but in the case of extensions, only with respect to the extended term):

(i) in circumstances where a player’s salary protection is less than full, Traded Player Exceptions arising from the trade of such contracts will be calculated based upon the amount of the player’s protected salary in the applicable season (rather than the sum of the player’s protected and unprotected salary);

(ii) with respect to trades conducted following the last day of a regular season, Traded Player Exceptions will be limited to the amount of the player’s protected salary for the following Salary Cap Year (rather than the current Salary Cap Year).

MORE ON EXCEPTIONS
Exceptions cannot be added together to sign or acquire a player, except that a team may aggregate two or more Traded Player Exceptions for the purpose of acquiring -- in the same transaction -- one or more replacement players. Teams that are trading two more more players may elect to apply the exception separately to each of the players it is trading (or where permitted by the CBA) to aggregate the salaries of multiple players it is trading and then apply the exception.

** FULL CBA EXPLANATION FOR ALL CONTRACT EXCEPTION RULES **

Additional Trade Rules
SIGN-AND-TRADES
Teams are prohibited from signing a free agent pursuant to an agreement that the player will later be traded to another team unless the free agent being signed is the team’s own free agent.

In addition, these “sign-and-trades” are permitted only if:

(i) the contract is for three or four years,
(ii) the first year of the contract is fully guaranteed,
(iii) the contract is entered into prior to the first day of the regular season,
(iv) the player finished the prior season on the signing team’s roster.

NOTE: The maximum annual salary increase for a sign-and-trade is 5% of the salary in the first year of the contract.

After a sign-and-trade deal, the signing team will be "hard-capped" at the total of the then-current Salary Cap Year plus the Tax Apron Amount.

EXTENSION-AND-TRADES
• Max Length: 3 years
(including year(s) remaining in the original term)
• Max First-Year Salary: 105% of the salary in the last year of the original term.
• Max Annual Increase: 5% of the salary in the first year of the extended term.

If a player signs a contract extension for a longer period, a higher amount, or higher annual increases than would be permitted for an extension-and-trade, then the team is prohibited from trading the player for a period of six months following the date of the extension.

If a team acquires a player in a trade, then for a period of six months following the date of the trade, the team is prohibited from signing the player to a contract extension for a longer period, higher amount, or higher annual increases than would have been permitted for an extension-and-trade.

CASH TRANSFERS
For the 2018-19 Salary Cap Year, teams could send or receive up to an aggregate $5.243 million, in trades. Cash sent is not netted against cash received, and vice-versa. This maximum annual cash limit in trades increases or decreases annually at the same rate as the Salary Cap.

ONE-YEAR CONTRACTS
A player who signs a one-year contract -- excluding any option year -- and who will be a Bird or Early Bird free agent at the end of the contract cannot be traded without the player’s consent.

If the player consents and is traded, he will lose whatever “Bird” rights he has acquired (i.e., he will be considered to have moved to the new team as a free agent.)

WAITING PERIOD FOR NEW CONTRACTS
A draft rookie who signs a standard NBA player contract or any player who signs a Two-Way Contract may not be traded until 30 days following the date on which he signed his contract.

A free agent who signs a standard NBA player contract (or a player who signs, or is converted to, a standard NBA player contract while under a Two-Way Contract) cannot be traded for three months following the date the contract is signed or until December 15 of the Salary Cap Year in which the contract is signed, whichever is later.

For sign-and-trade transactions, the foregoing rule does not apply to the initial trade but rather applies if the contract is traded a second time.

In addition, if a team’s Team Salary is over the Salary Cap immediately after it enters into a new contract with a Bird or Early Bird free agent using the Bird or Early Bird Exception and the salary in the first year of the contract is in excess of 120% of the player’s salary in the prior season, then the foregoing rule shall not apply and instead the player cannot be traded for three months following the date the contract is signed or until January 15 of the Salary Cap Year in which the contract is signed, whichever is later.

If a team trades a player and the player is subsequently waived by the new team, the prior team will not be permitted to claim the player off of waivers or sign the player to a new contract until the earlier of:

(i) one year from the date the trade was completed,
(ii) the July 1 following the last season of the player’s contract*

*excluding any unexercised option years

** FULL CBA EXPLANATION FOR ADDITIONAL TRADE RULES **

All-Star Adjustment
Prior to 2018, the trade deadline was held on the Thursday after the NBA All-Star Game.

In February of 2017, Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins was traded immediately following the Feb. 19 game, where he had just represented the Kings for a third time (scoring three points).

Cousins, who had been eligible for a supermax extension at the time, was averaging 27.8 points, 10.7 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 1.4 steals and 1.3 blocks per game. He and Omri Casspi were dealt to the New Orleans Pelicans for Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, Langston Galloway and a pair of Draft picks. The Pelicans and Kings both played Feb. 23, giving the five players three days to land in their new homes.

The deal's timing presented a logistical minefield for the players, their teammates, coaches and the various behind-the-scenes staffers coordinating the transition. Burbling trade rumors regarding Cousins also shaded the questioning during the NBA's All-Star weekend as well.

Per the official release:

With the new placement of the trade deadline, teams will be able to settle their rosters before the All-Star break and avoid the disruptions that result from players joining new teams just as practices and games are beginning to resume following the All-Star break.

When the trade deadline date change was announced in July of 2017, as part of the annual Board of Governors meeting in July, Commissioner Adam Silver further explained the reasoning for the shift.

"The motivation for moving the trade deadline before All-Star was the sense that it was more unsettling to have a player traded right after the All-Star break," Silver said at the 2017 NBA Summer League. "That All-Star break would've been an opportunity for the player to move himself, his family, get their family readjusted, and get adjusted to the new team, when they would have that four- or five-day period to do that. There was really no magic to it -- it was something we had discussed for several years."

As for the potential roster complications stemming from a cross-conference trade involving a (potential) All-Star taking place prior to the game itself, Silver added:

"We talked about it with the owners and decided rather than having a hard-and-fast rule, let's make the decision at the time. It hasn't happened very often. It's something that has come up before and we'll deal with it when it happens."

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The NSNBA Has now have some new edition to NSNBA offseason.
New Edition To NSNBA Offseason.
1. Player Retirements.
2. Hall Of Fame Ceremony
3. Team Rearrangement (This Is when we decide to switch conferences, for ex (I went to switch with Erantan
on the east/west)
4. Clearing Teams (This Is Where I Check your active very much. It Not active for a total of 8 Days.
u will be Replaced if u have no reason to not active.)
5. NSNBA Draft Combine (At the combine, college basketball players are measured and take medical tests, are interviewed, perform various athletic tests and shooting drills, and play in five-on-five drills for an audience of National Basketball Association (NSNBA) coaches, general managers, and scouts. Athletes attend by invitation only.)
6. Pre Draft Workouts (Pre-draft training is a part of any agent's pitch, and it has taken on an insane amount of importance for draft-eligible players.)
7. NBA DRAFT
(This is when U draft your players from Collages. U have A Choice to Tell Your Owner of the team to do it.)
Player/Team Option To stay on team (A team option grants the original team the right to keep a player for another year. If a player has a three-year contract with an option for the fourth season, that means if the option is exercised (by the team in this example), the contract extends through the fourth season.)
8. Free Agency
9. Summer League
(The NBA Summer League, also known as the Las Vegas Summer League, is an off-season competition organized by the National Basketball Association. NBA teams come together to try out different summer rosters instead of their regular season line-ups, including rookie, sophomore and G League affiliate players.)
10. Nike Hoop Summit (The Nike Hoop Summit is an international men's basketball all-star game sponsored by Nike, held once a year since 1995, except from 2001-2003, which features the USA Basketball Men's Junior Select Team against a World Select Team of international players.)
11. Training Camp (This Is When U Send Your players to camp To work on their weakness on the basketball court)


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NEWS

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League Headlines

Nevaya
Recovery
PG Mike Conley has recovered from his injury.
Nevaya
Recovery
PG Kyrie Irving has recovered from his injury.

Cokoland
Player Feat
Jakob Poeltl made a three-pointer at the buzzer to force overtime in a 137-134 win over the Apollos, winning the conference finals 4-3.

Cokoland
Playoffs
The Bayou defeated the Apollos 137-134 in game 7 of the conference finals, winning the series 4-3.
Nevaya
Playoffs
The Hsueu defeated the Crossroads 90-86 in game 6 of the conference finals, winning the series 4-2.

Cokoland
Player Feat
Jayson Tatum had 10 three pointers in a 118-112 win over the Apollos.

Lcsgn
Player Feat
Giannis Antetokounmpo had 26 points, 15 rebounds and 11 assists in an 86-90 loss to the Hsueu.
Nevaya
Injury
PG Mike Conley was injured! (Strained groin, out for 3 games)
Nevaya
Player Feat
Mike Conley made a three-pointer with 3.2 seconds remaining to force double overtime in a 129-124 win over the Crossroads during game 4 of the conference finals.
Nevaya
Player Feat
Mike Conley made a basket with 15.3 seconds remaining to force overtime in a 129-124 win over the Crossroads during game 4 of the conference finals.

Cokoland
Player Feat
Jayson Tatum had 51 points and 10 three pointers in a 116-84 win over the Apollos.

Lcsgn
Player Feat
Giannis Antetokounmpo had 29 points, 25 rebounds and 15 assists in a 124-129 loss to the Hsueu.
Nevaya
Injury
PG Kyrie Irving was injured! (Back spasms, out for 4 games)

The second North Korea
Recovery
G Patrick Beverley has recovered from his injury.

Lcsgn
Player Feat
Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points, 16 rebounds and 12 assists in a 105-120 loss to the Hsueu.

The second North Korea
Injury
G Patrick Beverley was injured! (Sprained ankle, out for 2 games)

Lcsgn
Player Feat
Giannis Antetokounmpo had 45 points, 15 rebounds and 13 assists in a 133-128 win over the Hsueu.

Lcsgn
Recovery
C Brook Lopez has recovered from his injury.

Cokoland
Player Feat
Jayson Tatum made a game-winning basket at the buzzer in a 91-89 win over the Apollos during game 1 of the conference finals.

Lcsgn
Injury
C Brook Lopez was injured! (Patellar tendinitis, out for 0 games)

Lcsgn
Player Feat
Giannis Antetokounmpo had 29 points, 20 rebounds and 11 assists in a 101-117 loss to the Hsueu.


NSNBA STANDINGS

W=Wins Are in the left L=Loses (Right Is The loses)

1. Rwekazaland Beavers z 70 12 .854 0 35-6 35-6 11-0 35-5 111.1 95.8 +15.2 Won 8 9-1
2. Werfond Cyclones x 61 21 .744 9 35-6 26-15 7-4 25-11 114.2 103.4 +10.9 Lost 1 8-2
3. Elixandropolis Queens x 58 24 .707 12 34-7 24-17 10-2 29-9 112.4 102.3 +10.1 Lost 1 6-4
4. Skaraborg Massacre x 55 27 .671 15 31-10 24-17 4-5 19-18 108.7 103.9 +4.8 Won 2 6-4
5. Lcsgn Crossroads x 55 27 .671 15 30-11 25-16 9-4 25-12 110.4 103.3 +7.1 Won 2 7-3
6. Swiltzerland SWR x 50 32 .610 20 30-11 20-21 7-3 26-11 106.0 101.6 +4.4 Won 1 6-4
7. Nevaya Hsueu x 49 33 .598 21 31-10 18-23 9-5 21-16 108.9 105.3 +3.5 Won 4 9-1
8. Socialist States of Ludistan Juice x 48 34 .585 22 27-14 21-20 4-7 19-17 108.7 104.2 +4.5 Won 2 5-5
Neuer Deutsches Reich Cheesesteaks o 46 36 .561 24 24-17 22-19 3-5 18-20 106.0 103.1 +2.9 Lost 3 4-6
The greater Portuguese Confederation TO o 39 43 .476 31 24-17 15-26 5-8 14-23 109.7 110.8 -1.1 Lost 2 5-5
Republica Guilleana Bagels o 38 44 .463 32 22-19 16-25 4-5 15-21 106.8 107.1 -0.3 Lost 1 5-5
Homyland Cheesemakers o 34 48 .415 36 22-19 12-29 9-4 17-20 106.2 108.6 -2.4 Lost 1 3-7
Vextinia Bankers o 34 48 .415 36 22-19 12-29 1-8 15-21 101.5 104.8 -3.3 Lost 1 4-6
Franco-British-American Empire Whirlwinds o 34 48 .415 36 18-23 16-25 7-7 17-22 102.4 104.2 -1.8 Won 1 4-6
North American Imperial State Muscle o 30 52 .366 40 18-23 12-29 4-8 12-26 99.1 104.8 -5.7 Won 1 5-5
Mon Island Monuments o 26 56 .317 44 18-23 8-33 3-8 11-27 97.9 105.2 -7.2 Lost 3 3-7
Korolk Gold Club o 23 59 .280 47 15-26 8-33 2-9 10-27 101.3 109.1 -7.8 Lost 5 3-7
New South African Curses o 21 61 .256 49 15-26 6-35 3-10 7-29 98.7 108.7 -10.1 Won 1 3-7
Western Conference
W L % GB Home Road Div Conf Pts Opp MOV Streak L10
1. The second North Korea Apollos x 60 22 .732 0 34-7 26-15 9-4 32-10 113.5 103.7 +9.7 Won 1 9-1
2. Cokoland Bayou x 53 29 .646 7 30-11 23-18 8-5 30-14 111.7 104.1 +7.6 Lost 1 6-4
3. Missouria Venture Capitalists x 53 29 .646 7 29-12 24-17 5-5 27-16 109.8 105.5 +4.3 Lost 1 6-4
4. Boris cult Gold Rush x 52 30 .634 8 27-14 25-16 8-4 28-16 104.9 101.5 +3.4 Won 1 6-4
5. Baobab-Bumbarai Snipers x 50 32 .610 10 27-14 23-18 9-3 31-10 106.6 102.7 +4.0 Won 1 6-4
6. The oracle of the three goddesses Twon x 46 36 .561 14 24-17 22-19 9-4 20-22 109.5 106.9 +2.5 Won 1 4-6
7. German Formme x 46 36 .561 14 28-13 18-23 6-6 21-20 105.9 104.8 +1.1 Won 1 6-4
8. Shadow Dealer Blues x 42 40 .512 18 23-18 19-22 7-6 23-17 105.7 105.0 +0.7 Won 2 6-4
Old Bigtopia High o 42 40 .512 18 24-17 18-23 8-4 21-19 107.9 105.8 +2.1 Lost 1 4-6
Monarche Lev o 41 41 .500 19 25-16 16-25 5-6 24-18 103.3 104.8 -1.4 Lost 2 5-5
Balaslandia Njjj o 37 45 .451 23 20-21 17-24 6-7 22-19 101.3 105.0 -3.6 Won 1 3-7
Ancapstands Vultures o 36 46 .439 24 24-17 12-29 5-6 17-25 101.2 105.5 -4.3 Lost 1 4-6
Cong ress Poland Earthquakes o 35 47 .427 25 21-20 14-27 6-5 21-21 104.5 107.2 -2.7 Lost 1 5-5
SCP faudation Churros o 35 47 .427 25 23-18 12-29 5-7 17-24 97.9 102.9 -5.0 Lost 5 3-7
Alexander the Magus Roses o 35 47 .427 25 21-20 14-27 5-8 16-26 100.3 105.2 -4.9 Won 1 3-7
Austro-Hungarian-Slavia Blizzard o 34 48 .415 26 20-21 14-27 5-7 17-25 104.6 109.3 -4.7 Won 2 5-5
Stollberg-Stolberg Lowriders o 30 52 .366 30 18-23 12-29 4-7 12-29 103.9 108.5 -4.6 Won 4 5-5
New Camelot of Avalonia Missionaries o 27 55 .329 33 19-22 8-33 5-7 19-22 96.4 100.9 -4.5 Lost 3 1-9
Fiji and Polynesia NHhsisi o 17 65 .207 43 8-33 9-32 0-12 9-33 93.0 103.6 -10.6 Lost 1 7-3
Montanity 66ers o 16 66 .195 44 10-31 6-35 5-7 10-31 92.9 105.6 -12.7 Lost 2 2-8
(These are the key legend of the letters next to your team name)
z - clinched #1 overall seed and home court advantage
x - clinched playoffs
o - eliminated from playoff contention

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