After a vote among the players and officials, we have decided to introduce a new rule:
Beginning next NASBL Season, there will be a league roster limit of 9 players. This rule does not restrict players for scrims against mixes and teams, only restricting the number of players one team may have registered at one time during the season. If a team would like to pick up a player after they have reached the limit, they will have to drop a player currently on the roster, and this player is free to join any other team. However, a team must wait 2 weeks(40% of league) until picking up a dropped player again.(Rosters must be finalized for the week by Sunday)
Note, we are not preventing players from joining teams or forcing players off of teams. The final roster of 9 will be up to the teams themselves. This roster limit will only effect the team’s available pool of players for the NASBL season.
In addition, there is a clarification on the rules for substitutions:
A substitute is any player who will fill the spot of a team player during a game that is not on the teams roster. The team may pull from their roster without need for approval, but if they need an outside substitute they must get approval from the other team. No player may alias as another in order to circumvent these rules. This will be considered cheating and the game will be subject to review.