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Subject: Yahoo Trade System Sucks Date: 10/30/2008 12:10 PM
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I hate the way Yahoo does trades. When a trade comes before you to vote on, you can only vote one way - against the trade. If you want to allow the teams to trade, you have to either hit the back button or close the screen to not vote against a trade. I don't know why they don't have the option - for or against the trade. The way the system is set up, most trades are rejected because people find it the easiest way to exit the trade screen.

Today, I had a trade rejected in my NBA league. One team was loaded with PG and didn't have a quality SF or SG. I didn't have a healthy PG on my team but I was overloaded with SF. I offered Tracy McGrady for Brandon Roy. The trade was accepted but voted down. I thought it was a fair trades since both teams needs were being met.

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