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Not te Result Wanted, but Still the Best for Snipers

Written by Florent Thuram
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High hopes fell flat in post-season. Failing to take the division championship that many people predicted, the Snipers exited the playoffs in round 2 for the second year in a row. However, seeing as they lost to the champions, and seeing as they took the first game in Tampa, it still makes this the best season on record for the Snipers.

And so... another year done. What does 2027 bring?

For starters, Octavio Morrison and Justin Malone are both entering Free Agency. In fact, there are only four Snipers who have contracts in the upcoming season: Troy Howse, Lynwood Emmert, Gregory Santiago, and Michael Sickler. And with only their 2nd round draft pick available, it will be up to free agency to fill the spots. Owner John Parker loosed the pure strings a little more with the Sniper's success, raising the team budget by $4.5 million to $87.9 million. Mind you, to use most of that, they would need to resign their bird players - a S&T seems unlikely with only 4 players to offer, three of whom GM Noonan would be insane to offer. Which makes the appearance of the 2027 roster a complete mystery.

But, the team will worry about that after the draft.

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