Source: NBA Wide Angle
Original title: The league considers modifying the conversion offensive foul rules, the offender will get one free throw
On May 18, Beijing time, according to a report by Shams, the NBA is considering revising the rules for “transition offensive fouls”.
It is reported that the new rules will give the fouled offensive player a free throw and will continue to retain the ball for the offensive team. The NBA Board of Governors will vote in July, and the change will be in line with existing G League rules.
The draft lottery took place in Chicago today, and it is reported that the league has discussed the “transition offensive foul” update at the general manager’s meeting in Chicago, where there is widespread support for changing the rules. Over the past few months, the NBA, players union and competition committee have been in communication about changes to this rule.
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