1) points for nsa, the last 5 years are used. If they have nsa points for a particular year, nsa takes precedent.
2) if they do not not have nsa points for one of the past 5 years, but they played usssa, their usssa points should be included to make a 5 year average
So, for an example, randy Davis (lsr1) is worth 4.75 points according to the system. However, if his usssa points are added from 2015 (usssa d no nsa history for that year) would take his points to an average of 5.
Once this is done for the whole roster, the way Horton said it should be, I believe that would bump them to gold.
The reason why is was meant to be done this way is because if someone played nsa 4 years ago in bronze (2 points) and makes the jump to usssa and becomes a B player. Should he still be worth only 2 points? The answer is no and it would be too dangerous to allow him in bronze.
This is the way it is supposed to be done. So please know the real rules before you try to belittle someone for not “knowing” the rules as you perceive them.
The problem is Kimmel and Hagy have so many players to go through, the time isn’t taken as it should be to make the adjustments as needed. Especially when you have teams like crown city bringing a player and having him assigned points based off him playing under his middle name so he wouldn’t be found on the usssa website. Or the same time bringing a guy that plays usssa c in ohio and having him assigned 2 points because they don’t find him on the Indiana site.
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