Why do teams not trade older players?
There are tons of reasons: -a reward for that player's loyalty -"veteran leadership" - being an experienced role model in the clubhouse -"the human side" - fans have grown to like the player, and wouldn't want to see him go. On the flip side, there are often not a lot of takers for players of advancing age and declining skills. Often, the player was signed to an expensive long-term contract at more than he is currently worth, and it becomes a matter of economics. Also, the receiving club usually wants young players in return, and some clubs are unwilling to give up players who may represent their future for a fading star who may only help them for a couple of months. Typically, it's a lot harder for teams to trade veterans because of contracts. Once a player gets established and gets to sign a new contract, he'll usually be granted some kind of trade protection, such as a full no-trade clause (where he couldn't be traded at all without his consent), or a more limited clause, where he could only be dealt to certain teams. That's not to mention the fact that if a player has played at least ten years in the majors, and the last five with his current team, he automatically has the right to reject any trade. Even if a player wants to be traded, it can still be extremely difficult to do because of his salary. Other teams may covet a veteran player, but they'll seldom want the burdensome contract that comes with him.
When a trade has been accepted by both managers the players will transfer automatically to their new teams. However some leagues require a 24, 48, or 72hr review period for which other teams can vote on the equality of the trade. Once that time span has passed and assuming it wasn't vetod they will move. Alternatively the league manager can "push" the trade thru to expedite this process. Chk your league settings (tab at top…
The trade deadline is a day set by the NHL each season, usually in late February or early March, for the teams in the league to make trades. Beyond this date no trades can be made by teams until the playoffs end in June.This is to prevent teams from loading their rosters with good players up to and during the playoffs in attempts to win the Stanley Cup.
There are 92 children playing beach volleyball teams of 6 players are preferred however teams of 7 players will be accepted how many teams can be formed?
Major League Baseball players as a result of signing a contract with a team will typically request a no trade clause of some kind sometimes they are full no trade clause which prevents them from being traded to any team without their permission and sometimes they are limited no trade clauses which only prevents them from being traded to anywhere around 10-15 teams, waiving a no-trade clause typically means a baseball player has a no-trade…
Using math is there a way to divide 20 players into teams of 4 without using the players on a team more than once?
If you have two football teams in front of two football teams and two football teams behind two football teams and two football teams beside two football teams How many players do you have?
Soccer became a Professional sport when teams began paying players to play for their wandering teams in the early 1800's. (Also the reason why many Soccer Teams are called the Wanderers or Rovers) Many teams were a collection of players who were drawn from various areas areas to compete against other teams, and to attarct the best players, some teams started paying players to play for them. This made them a "professional" player.
A 'no trade clause' is a section in a player's contract that specifies the player cannot be traded to another team or specifies the teams that a player can be traded to. Some players have in their contracts that they cannot be traded. This means the player will play the entire length of the contract for that team. Some players have in their contracts that they may be traded only to certain teams. For example…
Gaelic football teams have 15 players. There are a huge amount of teams in Ireland, for various age categories. There are thousands of teams in the country, as there are many clubs and all clubs have a number of teams. The best players in each county get chosen to play for the county team. Again there are different age categories. Schools have teams. Colleges have teams. Universities have teams. Many companies and professional organisations have…
Why don't mavericks jus trade everyone in their team for Kobe lebron Chris Paul Shaquille O'Neal wade etc and just have a killer season I don't understand this at all?
Are you serious? None of the teams would trade their star players for a bunch of mediocre players other that Dirk Nowitzki and Josh Howard. Think about it, if you were the head coach of the lakers would you trade Kobe Bryant for Erick Dampier? Probably not. Furthermore, superstars aren't traded for players who average 3 ppg or a little bit more
The ESPN NBA Trade Machine is an online service provided on the official ESPN website. The NBA Trade Machine allows users trade players between NBA teams. This allows users to see if the trade they are thinking of is valid and could actually happen in the real NBA in compliance with the NBA's trade rules. There is also an option to share the trade so that you can discuss it with other people.
The All-Star game is played between players of the American League against players from the National League. Starting players are elected by popular vote by fans and players. All MLB teams must have a least one player represented in the game and the teams are managed by the previous season's World Series teams managers.