What is this math
you speak of?
I hate statistics (although I never actually took a class in it).
With 12 teams and 23 players each, that's 276 players.
276 choose 23 gives 2,084,633,151,901,356,196,159,615,812,153,600 different combinations.
So the probability of having one of those combinations occurring twice is ~9.594 × 10^-34
Maybe...? Not sure if that makes sense. It all goes down the crapper anyways when you consider drafts aren't (or shouldn't be
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