Too many stoppages hurting league scoring
Originally Published: January 4, 2006By John Hollinger | ESPN Insider
If I was David Stern, I'd be concerned. Not somebody-just-hacked-into-my-Swiss-bank-account concerned, but worried nonetheless. I'd be worried because the low-scoring games that were supposed to be eradicated by last year's rule changes are proving to be stubborn pests, and I'd be worried that the cure I introduced might be as bad as the original disease.
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