What the hell was the point of putting us through all that crap today to trade up when you had a pick 2 picks later that you were just going to trade away?
I'm never one to shy away from a good deal
mr Bugg approached me on this one, not the other way around. His original offer was too tempting to turn down, as was the next one. At that point we had gotten so invested I wanted to get something off, and there was definitely a very big point from his perspective, even if it wasn't that big a point in mine.
My picks do boil out a bit differently too. I wanted to nab a pick in the #130s somehow, or at least get one higher than my ones in the #150s.
How many people need to OK a trade before it's deemed ok?
I was okaying obviously good trades by myself before. You know, the typical 2-3 picks on each side, giving up about twice as much later for what you get now, variety. The more complicated the trade, the less inclined I'd be to do that.
And if any GM complains, we wait for 3-4 members of the committee to okay it ideally