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Player roster selection interface

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8105159.

A player roster interface is described including display logic operable to display a table having a playing region (e.g., a first set of rows of the table) and player logic for displaying a plurality of players (e.g., names, thumbnail images, etc.), where at least a portion of the players may be positioned within the playing region. The interface further includes selection logic for moving a player within the table in response to a drag-and-drop operation. Displayed players may be moved within the table between the playing region and a bench region (e.g., a second set of rows of the table) to make changes to a roster and select a starting roster. Such an interface may allow a user to select and view a player roster (e.g., for a fantasy sports team) by positioning players within the playing region.

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