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nikku88 wrote:Give them to him, but change the stats and rankings.
I suggest Batista at number 1.
stoner420 wrote:ok dilemma: Im in a pretty competative fbb league and everyone is preparing more and more this year. There are about 4 of us who are really putting alot of effort into prep for this years draft. One of my friends has already done an excel spreadsheet with his projected stats including ppg for all of the mlb players. I have done this as well. Heres the issue... he had saved his to a disk which broke... and now he doesnt have any of his cheat sheets. hours and hours of work waisted. After this happened he asked me if he could have my spreadsheet claiming that he would obviously make major changes...but it would save him time. So if u were me would u be selfish and not give the friend my sheet.... or be a good friend and give it to him. Its a pay league(50) so the money actually matters and i would say that he is one of 4 guys who has a shot of beating me this year. what do i do?
The odds of the AL MVP coming from the American League are looking pretty good.
Spartans Rule wrote:No way do you give it to him.
1. There are lots of other fantasy resources besides you that he can mooch off of.
2. If he sees your rankings, that's a major unfair advantage. It's one thing to try and get him back on a level playing field but its another to give him an edge.
3. A lot of the value of doing a spreadsheet is the research that goes in to it. If my projections got wiped out tomorrow, I would still have a pretty good idea of who I want to draft and when. If he put in that much effort, he's not screwed.
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