i want some shoes....lol
i want glow in the dark dunks for the Knott's Scary Farm thing. so when i walk around at night people will just keep looking at my shoes.mwahaha and ill be able to see things before they try to pop out and scare me
after a fantastic event in Kansas City, Missouri where the NPPL ventured out to not only a new city, but to an entire new venue concept of holding Center Court INDOORS, the entire industry is talking about one thing: the way the fight for 1st and 2nd went down Sunday night.
An otherwise stellar event finished with controversy at NPPL event #4 in Kansas City this past weekend. In the Professional division, Edmonton Impact and the Ironmen battled through three games vying for first place. Impact won the first game, the second ended in a draw and the third went to Ironmen. By NPPL rules the match should have ended with a shootout to break the tie, each team picking 3 players to play a best-of-three series of "one on one".
Emotions and tension ran high and instead of playing the shootout, both teams requested to settle for a tie. Although at the time this seemed like an acceptable resolution, upon further review by the league's Rules Committee, it has been decided to finish what should have been completed Sunday night in Kansas City.
Therefore in the San Diego NPPL Commander's Cup this November, before the Professional games begin, the tie-breaker will be played between the Ironmen and Edmonton Impact. The winner will be crowned the Kansas City Professional Champion and awarded the 26 ranking points that go along with first place while the other team will be awarded 2nd place and 23 ranking points.
The NPPL Rules Committee consists of current and former players along with league officials who make up the 9 voting members and one moderator. The role of the Rules Committee is to address issues between events concerning rules and regulation. When actions occur that aren't within the rule book, the Rules Committee is called upon to determine what steps need to be taken to achieve resolution while upholding the intentions and integrity of the league for current and future play.