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Gauging Interest For A Huddle Fantasy Basketball League....

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Never done a fantasy

It's fun, teams are usually pretty even even with a 12 team league. If you want to do it then we only need two more guys to get to 10....

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I'll do it if you still need people. I would suggest setting lineups weekly- I played in a league last year where is was every day and that just got out of hand

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I'll do it if you still need people. I would suggest setting lineups weekly- I played in a league last year where is was every day and that just got out of hand

Would definitely be weekly, if BigFurryKittyMan is in then we have 10, but I'll probably wait and see if two more people want to join in before I send out invites....

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I have a couple of friends that would be interested more than likely... just in case you can't get some more Huddlers.

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Awesome, we've got 11 now, I would rather we get one more huddler, but if we can't in the next few days one of you guys can recruit a friend to fill the last spot....

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Alright thanks to everyone, either later tonight or tomorrow I'll send you all some PM's asking for your emails so I can invite you. Probably going to use ESPN to run the league unless anyone has anything against the mothership....

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Alright, I've got PM's out requesting emails to everyone except X-Clown (guess your inbox was full). So if you guys want to message me back with your emails I can get invites out, and we will decide when the draft is going to be!

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