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09-21-2012, 11:42 AM
Join Date: Aug 2012
Originally Posted by
How the heck does LA or the NYR possibly get a shot at #2 and #3 overall? Why wouldn't they just limit the amount of upside a team has to say 10 slots?
Because this in a case of a draft lottery, in which your ball can be picked at any time? Some teams are just more likely because they have more balls.
During the last draft lottery, teams lost a ball for each playoff appearance they had in the past 3 years and a ball for each first overall pick.
So Edmonton would have the same chance as Boston to win.
Columbus would have 5 balls, 3 of their own, LA's ball and NYR's ball.
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