Drafting a player with high potential is a lot like owning a pet tiger. Let me explain.
Part 1: Coaching Staff
Part 2: Free Agency
If you buy a tiger, there are two distinct courses of action that follow. One option is successfully training your tiger to be obedient, therefore creating an undying bond of love and respect between you and the tiger that will last a lifetime.
Though it will probably be a hard thing to do, as I’m not sure there’s a “Train Your Tiger for Dummies” book available, the ends justify the means. Your tiger will instantly draw the attention of everybody in your neighborhood, and the tiger would strike fear into anyone looking to cause you harm.
On the other hand, you may decide to neglect your tiger and let him grow up on the mean streets all by his lonesome. You may just mess up in training it, which is understandable. Like I said, tiger training probably isn’t too common of an art these days.
Or, you just might have picked a less-than-desi...