Eric Money is the only player to official score for two different teams in the NBA in the same game. A rare-event. Why don’t more professional athletes play for both teams or different teams at the same time? It makes perfect sense!
Most Major League Baseball teams have rosters full of players not playing. If the players can be ferried to other teams think of the money that can be saved in wasted time. These players could be used at 100% capacity for maximum value.
Of course, to be effective, players playing for multiple teams would have to attend all team meetings for all teams, attend all practices for all teams, independently negotiate with each team manager when there is a conflict, and actively manage his or her own schedule to make sure all work is appropriate accomplished.
Only then could we truly enjoy and have the maximum value from professional sports.
Does this sound silly? It shouldn’t. This is what managers across the country are doing to their own internal MVP’s and All-Stars. Matrixing out key players to whatever team asks, requiring our people to negotiate without appropriate rank, and expecting 100% capacity to be achieved while delivering excellence!
Any wonder that anytime there is a good economy employees mass exodus looking for something better.