I'd like to propose a daily waiver system. I feel outside of the first day of picking players off the waiver wire, waiver order has very little importance. I'd like to see the waiver order mean more through out the year. This system would be more in line with the way fantasy football does weekly waivers just our league would do them daily.
The thing I like about this is that it lessens the "first-to-the-computer" dynamic for picking up FAs.
Though that's less of an issue than in a baseball league for example. I don't know that I can think of a guy I missed out on last year for that reason.
On the other hand, I fear it might have a negative impact on teams adding FAs and/or taking a flier on a guy (already a bit of an issue IMO)
for example, early last season I added JaVale McGee to see how he'd play out -- I'm unlikely to take that kind of chance if I have a high waiver priority.
Does this end up having a negative impact on player movement-- especially among the bottom teams?
FWIW, outside of the initial Waiver Wire rush -- there were only 27 players added off waivers last year out of ~ 250 players added throughout the season.