according to Change is coming to the defense-optional All-Star Game, and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver wants to hear ideas.
“In an All-Star game like this, guys aren’t trying to get hurt,” Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving said after the All-Star Game.
“You hear people talking about 4-point shots, something that’s not about to happen in the NBA, but maybe in an All-Star Game,” Silver said.
“Maybe there’s a few spots on the floor where it’s a 4-point shot.
Maybe there’s a halfcourt shot in the last minute that’s 10 points.
as declared in (2:13)BOSTON — NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Friday that changes will come to the league’s All-Star Game next year.
“We will change it by next year,” NBA commissioner Adam Silver said of the All-Star Game.
Scott Van Pelt explains why the NBA All-Star game is becoming an event that isn’t worth watching because there is a lack of effort from the players.
“It is an All-Star Game, and you are out there to have fun,” Silver said.
On the technology front, Silver said NBA players will at some point use “wearables” to manage and regulate the use of biometrics and biometric data.
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Clippers Notes: NBA commissioner Adam Silver seeks assist from Chris Paul on All-Star Game changes
Paul, who was not selected to the All-Star Game for the first time since 2007, had some thoughts.
MILWAUKEE – After watching the East and West combine for nearly 400 points in last month’s All-Star Game in New Orleans, NBA commissioner Adam Silver decided something needed to change.
Rivers suggested rather than every player getting a financial bonus for appearing in the game, only the winning team should get paid.
So he reached out to Chris Paul, the Clippers point guard and the president of the NBA Players’ Association.
Rivers’ players did not waste the chance to tease their coach.
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