Adam Silver discusses superteams, protests and ‘Hack-a-Shaq’

LAS VEGAS — With just one year left before a potential work stoppage, commissioner Adam Silver nixed the idea he is celebrating the formation of Golden State’s so-called “superteam,” instead emphasizing that the NBA continues to pursue improved competitive balance.

Addressing reporters at a press conference following the NBA’s annual Board of Governors meeting, Silver said Tuesday that he “absolutely respected” Kevin Durant’s decision to join the Warriors in free agency, but added he doesn’t believe that a competitive landscape comprised of a few star-laden favorites is best for basketball.

“I’ve read several stories suggesting that that’s something that the league wants, this notion of two super teams, that it’s a huge television attraction,” Silver said. “I don’t think it’s good for the league, just to be really clear. Continu to read

Remember the League is supposed to be perfect, the league do not improvise, the referee do not change the course of the game. The league do not pick and choose which team plays on charismas days, the league didnt participate on the creation of Golden State. The league didnt participate on Golden state loosing last year eventually the motivation of forming a super team. if you think the league is perfect, you are an idiot simple as that. Because obviously no humain being is perfect. and that is a fact.yet they will most likely not admit  they have cause things to happen to disadvantage others. Then you have a lot of idiots in this world who truly believe the league is perfect. That why they came up with sentences such as “Do you think the league is rigged” . A lot of people in this world do not even believe professional wrestling is improvised even when it is so obvious. What king of sport the referee is beat up during the match and nothing happened to the personne involved and he wins the match. common man. You have to be really, really an idiots.

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