Listen: NBA Board Of Governors to vote on three potential rule changes
"NBA board of governors expected to pass rule changes for. Next season changes include resetting the shot clock after an offensive rebound to fourteen Seconds instead of resetting the shot clock to twenty four seconds ESPN NBA analyst Chris herring and Frank is Sola discuss the changes on the jump with amino acid Chris, I like it personally because I think like like just said. There it speeds up stuff a little bit I honestly. Think one of the most exciting games a lot of times are. The ones where you get a, kick out, three or someone, tips the ball out and it just changes, the momentum of. The game so much anyway I really liked the idea of actually doing that as long as they're not losing if you get, an early shot up in the clock that you're, not losing time from having the clock resets said that instantly two shots giving him. On mine reality heat Tim Thomas against the Lakers and then Robert Yeah come out instantly and there's more big shots hit, on, those scramble plays off, of long threes I like the rule from this standpoint let's say on. Down, by one the other team gets the rebound they offensive rebound with twenty seconds left now automatically So now Free throws and it makes it more. Strategy, fending now, you know you have six seconds if you can get them on. A stop I think it's a smart rule by the league and it moves things along and then eliminates free throws which. Nobody likes Ward will vote on the. Changes at a meeting. In September"