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There are plenty of fantasy football leagues out there with a brutal penalty for finishing in last place is the biggest concern, and then there's the buy-in for ESPN's "Get Up" co-host Jalen Rose's fantasy league.
Most fantasy leagues are either played for fun and bragging rights, what most would consider a reasonable amount of money or a sweet trophy. However, if you're playing in Rose's fantasy football league, you have to pony up $10,000.
And the buy-in sum is just the beginning of it, as you'll also have to keep your composure with weekly matchups against the likes of Draymond Green, Maverick Carter as well as former league members like LeBron James and Kevin Durant.
Rose also confessed that's he dealing with the conundrum of making the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, and that he's deciding between New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, Carolina Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey and New Orleans Saints RB Alvin Kamara.
Regardless of which player he chooses, it's hard for most to relate to the position of making the No. 1 overall pick in a fantasy football league with the added pressure of a $10,000 buy-in on the line.
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