NBA Board of Governors approves five rules changes!

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    NBA Board of Governors approves five rules changes!

    NBA Board of Governors approves five rules changes

    LAS VEGAS -- The NBA Board of Governors approved five rules changes for the upcoming 2013-14 season, the league announced Thursday.

    Instant replay may now be used:

    • When reviewing a block/charge play to determine whether the defender was inside or outside the restricted area, officials will now be permitted to reverse a charge call, or uphold a blocking call, when the defender was outside the restricted area but was not set when the offensive player began his upward shooting motion.
    • To determine whether an off-ball foul occurred before or after a player has started his shooting motion on a successful shot attempt, or before or after the ball was released on a throw-in.
    • During the review of any instant replay situation to permit the officials to assess the appropriate penalties of any unsportsmanlike and unnecessary acts (e.g. flagrant fouls) that are observed during the instant replay reviews.

    Additional rules modifications:

    • On clear path to the basket fouls, it will no longer be considered a clear path foul if at any point before the foul is committed, the defender who commits the foul is positioned ahead of the offensive player in the frontcourt.
    • A team on offense will lose possession if its player leaves the floor and does not immediately return to the floor, unless he is injured, attempting to save the ball or in other extenuating circumstances.

    Each of these rules was recommended by the NBA's Competition Committee at its meeting on June 12.

     

     
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    I can't wait to see how NBA officials will enforce this rule! How will they define immediately? What extenuating circumstances apply?

    A team on offense will lose possession if its player leaves the floor and does not immediately return to the floor, unless he is injured, attempting to save the ball or in other extenuating circumstances

     

     
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    Re: NBA Board of Governors approves five rules changes!

    In response to BCSP's comment:

    I can't wait to see how NBA officials will enforce this rule! How will they define immediately? What extenuating circumstances apply?

    A team on offense will lose possession if its player leaves the floor and does not immediately return to the floor, unless he is injured, attempting to save the ball or in other extenuating circumstances

     


    I don't think any of them will be easy to judge..and that's bad news...badddd newssss

     
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    When reviewing the video on a shot attempt I think it's appropriate to assess penalties if violations are seen on the video that were missed by the refs in live action. That could help to cut down on dirty play and hooking/baiting that shouldn't have to be ignored just because it was missed originally. Fouler beware!

     
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    I don't really understand the rule about clear path...what do they mean by at any point?  At any point after the turnover occurrs?

     
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    The new rules will afffect Joey Crawford more than any team or player.  I hope they track overruled calls and who made them.  This might finally give the league some objective means of assessing referee performance even though they won't publically admit it.

     


    "They don't put Ws and Ls on the paychecks" - Sidney Wicks

     
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    Re: NBA Board of Governors approves five rules changes!

    In response to painter's comment:

    The new rules will afffect Joey Crawford more than any team or player.  I hope they track overruled calls and who made them.  This might finally give the league some objective means of assessing referee performance even though they won't publically admit it.

     


    "They don't put Ws and Ls on the paychecks" - Sidney Wicks




    Upon review can't you see two subordinates saying to Joey, "Hey you blew that call ... you need to overturn your own call."

     
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    Not only these rule changes coming but Heir Stern has also approved "1984 style" motion detectors to monitor every players moves ... The Players Assoc has another ownership tool to contend with when it's contract time and the coaches get another learning/teaching tool while the fans get to eat up more bandwith on their smartphones and higher datafeed bills ... The Stern Legacy ???

     

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    Another worry is the expanded review process. Will this further delay games while refs review a questionable play in slow motion 100-times?

    This has the potential to be a momentum killer for one of the two teams involved!

     

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