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A new year of League of Legends means a slew of changes from champions and to the rosters of the clubs challenging for the Summoners Cup and to the Summoners Rift itself. One aspect of the game that hasnt morphed over the years, however, has been the drafting phase of the game -- but that might soon change.Currently, the two teams fire bans back and forth until six champions are left off the table. From there, the blue side picks the first champion it want in its composition, and then the red side counters with two picks of its own. At the end, to counteract the blue side from getting the theoretical strongest champion on the board with the first pick of the draft, the red side gets the final choice -- a position that is normally used to try to counter the opposing team, with the blue side having its lineup already set in place.All that could be different in 2017, however, with a possible 10-champion ban system being implemented for the new season. Unlike the current iteration, the draft phase could become a staggered draft, meaning it would flip from banning to picking champions to back into banning champions -- before ultimately picking the final champions for each teams composition out of the remaining champion field.While the image of the drafting process might not be entirely correct -- the blue side would not only get the first champion selection but the last, as well, effectively negating the balance of the draft -- its possible a variation of the staggered draft will make its way into the professional scene for the start of the new campaign. With the amount of champions in the game growing by six to eight each year, it seemed inevitable the draft would need to be expanded.In a world where the 10-ban staggered draft is implemented -- but with the red still getting the final pick of the draft instead of the blue -- it would change the entire complexion of the professional scene. Players with minuscule champion pools would almost certainly become extinct over the next year; while being able to play two to three champions at an elite level has been doable for the past few splits, it would be almost impossible in the new system. While teams could prioritize those players ahead of the rest in the drafting phase every game, that player would eventually become an anchor to the team, pulling down the rest of the club along the way.The winners of the change, as cited by OGN caster Christopher MonteCristo Mykles, would also just so happen to be the region that has won the past four World Championships in dominating fashion: South Korea.[Ten] bans in LoL is only going to make the gap between Korea and the West wider, due to deeper champ pools of KR players, said Mykles on Twitter. Now there is basically no hope of Western pocket/comfort picks, and many NA/EU players can just be completely banned out. R.I.P. [CLGs] Huhi.This change would almost seem like a gift to a player such as Lee Faker Sang-hyeok. After revolutionizing the mid lane with picks such as Riven when he was a rookie, he has been itching to bring unknown champions to the spotlight with his immaculate touch. The extra bans would simply allow Faker to open up his Pacific Ocean-sized champion pool to swallow up teams whole. Weve already seen what Faker can do on unorthodox champions against mid laners armed with their top choice. What happens when Faker gets to play against a player who is on their fourth- or fifth-best champion? The answer is a continuous montage of gray screens for the opponent.Additionally, the drafting change would make the game more complex. With Riot reinforcing lane matchups to spite lane swapping, the scene has been missing the depth it once had. The drafting changes would make it so that games could be decided, now more than ever, in the pick-and-ban phase. A good drafter -- be it the coach, in-game leader or committee -- could become stronger than the sum of its parts, with smart drafting and picking at the weak points of teams.Last season, the Immortals team had trouble in the drafting phase but was able to overcome its shortcomings by being more talented than a majority of the field. The mishaps in the draft would catch it come playoff time against the best teams in the league, and in this new system, Immortals would be even more open to attacks from smaller clubs.Perhaps in the current system, a certain team could never hope of beating a club with more firepower; adding four more bans, however, with a staggered draft, will separate the simply talented teams to the all-around great ones. As always in League of Legends, its adapt or die. Gary Carter Jersey . Denis Coderre, the former federal MP who was elected mayor on Nov. 3, has drawn the ire of some Montreal Canadiens. During last nights game he tweeted: "Hello? 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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has had surgery on his severely injured left knee, the first step toward what will undoubtedly be a long, arduous recovery.Vikings coach Mike Zimmer confirmed the operation took place Thursday, nine days after Bridgewater went down in practice while dropping back to pass during a routine non-contact drill that drastically altered the teams highly anticipated season.Zimmer said he spoke by phone to Bridgewaters doctor after the procedure and was told no major problems were encountered beyond the initial diagnosis of a knee dislocation and complete tear of the anterior cruciate ligament. The Vikings said after the injury that Bridgewater also suffered other significant damage.Thanks for the thoughts (and) prayers, Bridgewater said on Twitter . Ill be back!The 23-year-old will miss the 2016 season, and the nature and timing of the injury will make it difficult for Bridgewater to be at full strength for 2017, too.It will be a good rehab, Zimmer said. Hell have bad days and hell have good days, and hell have to, like he always does, keep fighting.Running back Adrian Peterson can empathize with the process, having pushed through an ACL recovery in nine months to play in the 2012 season opener.Ive talked to him several times about what to expect and how to kind of view things when youre going through this situation recovering, Peterson said. Like I told him before, just mentally having your mind set on the things you want to accomplish and continuing to push yourself and believe in yourself. Youre going to have down days. Theres going to be times when you dont want to do aanything.dddddddddddd. You have to get up and do something.Meanwhile, the Vikings have been giving Shaun Hill and Sam Bradford with the first team offense this week in preparation for the season opener on Sunday at Tennessee. Zimmer has said hell wait until just before the game to announce the starter, even if he decides earlier than that, but essentially the Vikings must get both veterans ready in case an injury were to force the non-starter into the game.The Vikings sent two draft picks to Philadelphia for Bradford, including their first-rounder next year, so hell be the starter quickly if not this week. The question about his viability to face the Titans is the lack of time to learn the offense, even if itll be a pared-down menu of plays. Perhaps indicating optimism about Bradfords ability to step in on Sunday, the coaches have raved about Bradfords swift progress in picking up the terminology.Hes been outstanding, offensive coordinator Norv Turner said.One benefit for Bradford is the presence of tight ends coach Pat Shurmur, who was his offensive coordinator last year with the Eagles and as a rookie in 2010 with the St. Louis Rams. Shurmur said after practice on Thursday that Bradford is an extremely fast learner.Weve all been very, very impressed in how far hes come in just a couple of days, Shurmur said, adding: I feel like Ive been able to help him, but hes certainly the guy who has to do it.---Online:AP NFL website: and AP NFL coverage on Twitter: ' ' '

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