Originally Posted by laststanding6
the main problem i see with this is that it is still possible to win a game with no nexus turrets.
That's only a POSSIBLE, not PROBABLE or LIKELY.
Such a situation where all of one side's turrets are gone and the others' are all present is only winnable if it's late-game, and then the "losing" side manages to repeatedly win teamfights without a single loss.
This is something that could be found an analogy with real-world sports, such as football. If one team's down 35-0 at the beginning of the 4th quarter, it's POSSIBLE for the team that's behind to win... But not very likely at all. The winning team already has the momentum: what they're doing is obviously working while the losing team hasn't found such a thing, and it's not only easier to stay what you're doing than to find something better, the losing team has to find something that works SO WELL, they can actually come out of their deficit before it's too late.
Games don't happen in a vaccum: it doesn't have the odds of going any which way regardless of the current situation. The context does dictate what's likely and what's not. That's why surrenders exist at all: whle ANY game is technically winnable, if the losing team feels that nothing has gone right for them, and they just don't think they could get anything to work to reverse their fortune, then they should have all rights to avoid wasting further time. They shouldn't have to keep banging their head against the wall under the assumption that they could still win. "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result."