|millratsbasketball.ca / TYRONE LEVETT|
There is some concepts very used lately like "stable roster" and "revolving door". All franchises, owners, GMs look for a stable roster, fans want a familiar faces in his roster team to become in his idols. The reality of minors leagues is the revolving door of players in the roster team due to overseas offers, injured or technical decisions (to improve or impatiently). It's true that the franchises cannot fighting about it in many times. You sign a talent player which receives a good job in Europe and you must release him.
|Players who has played in all seasons|
A part of solution of this problem is to plan in the moment to build team roster in the pre-season. To build a stable roster with aspirations to become a championship team you must be very carefully to sign players. You need a group of players with experience in the league, veterans players who know to build chemical in a team. If you bring a pair of players per week you create a uncertainty climate very negative to team. For this reason, a kind of player to looking for in the market is a player which will play all season in the team. Maybe in the market you can found a talent young player which makes the different on court, but he leaves the team when his agent obtains a better job overseas.
|In this season at the moment.|
A Franchise can find a veterans and talented players with a experience in the league and to build with them a stable roster, a championship team to able to earn title. Brampton A's keeps a 11 players of roster team who began the league with a some injured substitutions with a success in the league. They are 3rd. Ottawa Skyhawks mantains 9 players from first regular season game, however with less success. Halifax Rainmen keeps 3 players from the begining of the season (keep in mind that Tim Parham landed days before season start) and have dressed Rainmen shirt until 23 players. It's imposible to build a team.