2017 SCOTUS Fantasy League is OPEN

Posted: November 1, 2017 by Nazim in Fantasy Supreme Court League

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It’s only appropriate that we have an Epic plaintiff among our cases, since our new season of the SCOTUS Fantasy League leads constitutional liberty protections. I’m clearly not sure what I’m saying here, but I think the feeling is mutual. The November ballot is here. You probably know the rules, but if you don’t, they’re here.

Just to summarize the rules, you pick the outcomes in a few cases we put on a ballot like the one above every month. Whoever gets the most points, at the end of the term, wins a box of stuff from Brett and, maybe, Nazim, if you give us a way to get it to you. The easiest way to not get point is to not put your ballots in. If you put more than ballots in, and we manage to figure that out, you only get the votes from the second ballot. In addition, we’re adding rules banning gerrymandering the Justices, because Nazim. Also, you must read all our SCOTUS Fantasy League announcements in the voice of that announcer in the Hunger Games, the one played by Stanley Tucci – in your head. You don’t have to read it out loud. Finally, don’t taunt happy fun ball. It has feelings, you know. Also, terms may change without notice, since we’re doing this for fun.

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