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Posted 23 January 2013 - 12:44 PM

What is the difference between h2h and roto

What does ROS mean

(MONEY LEAGUE) 12 Team - H2H - 9 Cat
PG: Eric Bledsoe, Jeff Teague, Michael Carter-Williams, Kendall Marshall
SG: Wesley Mathews, Jimmy Butler, Gordon Hayward
SF: Josh Smith, Tobias Harris, Danny Green
PF/C: LaMarcus Aldridge, Nikola Vucevic, Andre Drummond,

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 05:57 PM

H2H means  you're playing against an opponent each week. Roto means all your stats are calculated against all other teams in the league and  you will get a ranking. ROS means "rest of the season". Hope that helps, for a more in depth answer try a "Google" search.
16 team (8-cat) H2H each cat $$ re-draft
PG: J. Calderon, G. Hill, N. Cole
SG: E. Bledsoe, C. Lee, M. Bellinelli
SF: N. Batum,  S. Marion, D. Carroll, J. Johnson
PF: D. Nowitzki, T. Duncan,
C: , A. Varejao, R. Lopez, A. Ajinca, J. Oneal

30 team (8-cat) H2H NBA dynasty league (8 players) 5th year
PG: J. Calderon, M. Chalmers
SG: A. Bradley,  F. Garcia
SF: N. Batum, C. Delfino, J. Johnson
PF: D. Nowitzki, C. Bosh
C: Anthony Davis, B. Diaw