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03-09-2013, 02:46 PM
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Originally Posted by ps241 View Post
I guess it comes down to how firm any teams list is......if you get up to pick number 10 and you have a RH D man (we have a glut) there but 11 on your list is very close and he is a player who addresses a short and long term organizational need (lets say right wing) do you stick to your exact order or is there some room for movement? I assume that is why they take their time to get to the podium on occasion (other than fielding offers) no?
That's why if you're a proactive GM, you think every scenario possible through your head. Look at all the variables. And if those two players are projected to have similar ceilings, going after the need guy isn't always a bad idea. But you don't want to go for need if that player misses. You want to hit and hit a home run at that. That gives you options down the road.

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