referring to When NBA commissioner Adam Silver named Byron Spruell as president of league operations in June, he knew changes were forthcoming.
“As you improve, hopefully perception will improve,” he said.
Improve and expand system in which teams inquire about specific plays and offer input, feedback following games.
“They are doing a great job at it, but they can improve and that’s their mindset,” Spruell said.
Introduce new scheduling system for referees aimed at reducing travel and back-to-backs and allowing crews to work consecutive games together.
as informed in In an effort led by new president of league operations Byron Spruell, the NBA will introduce measures designed to improve officiating.
In an effort led by new president of league operations Byron Spruell, the NBA will introduce several measures designed to improve officiating.
MORE: Cleveland’s James and Oklahoma City’s Westbrook named KIA NBA Players Of The MonthThe league’s plan, per USA Today:– Create of an Officiating Advisory Council that will help set guidelines for the future of officiating.
The initiatives, first reported by USA Today, will be formally announced Friday (AEDT).
— Use technology such as virtual reality to improve training for officials.
NBA announces measures to improve officiating
as informed in The league will also launch an Officiating Advisory Council that will focus on areas of improvement for the officiating program.
A post-game survey for coaches will also be in effect and a guideline to improve decorum and in-game communication among players, coaches and referees will be developed.
More members, including current players, coaches and referees will be named at a later date.
MANILA, Philippines — The NBA on Friday announced a comprehensive plan to further strengthen its officiating program.
After six months of review, the NBA will increase their officiating staff by 25 percent within three years, ten percent of which will be implement next season.
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