“I was in favor it and have been advocating it for years. I think that our game has gotten away from us. We were in the same position now that the NBA was in the year 2000 or so where their game had turned into organized wrestling matches and that's what our game has been. It's been a long time coming. No disrespect to the supervisors or commissioners, but we have nobody in charge of this. And finally, we've had some movement where we can stop the organized fouling. And that's what it is. And many coaches have admitted this, they have been teaching fouling as strategy simply because the referees will not call it. All these things have been in the rule book, but now they are codified as rules. ... What this will do will bring back freedom of movement in the game. It's something we have to stick with.
“The next move is we've got to get contact off the ball where you can't hold cutters and shuck cutters. And we've got to reduce the shot clock because college basketball has the longest shot clock in the world. That's an embarrassment. There's no data that suggests that 35 seconds is the magic number to get off a really good shot against a really good defense. There's no excuse that women's college basketball is at 30 and the international game is at 24. ... If the Europeans can figure it off and the entire international community can squeeze a shot off in the 24 seconds, but we need 35, we should be embarrassed by that.”
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