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Max Kellerman rips Charles Barkley’s argument against the NBA adjusting the schedule in an effort to decrease back-to-back games.

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  • TheTlewis3074

    The NBA has changed since Lebron James came into the league. Rule changes that accommodate this one player have made the NBA weaker in my opinion. Lebron gets tired so the NBA gave more time between playoff games, now they're doing away with the back to back so he, in particular won't sit out games. The flopping calls given to the Heat during his time there, and especially during the OKC series have all favored LB. It seems he needs more help winning than any so-called superstar I've ever seen.

  • Tierre Jevon

    In Chuck's defense, the players complaining about fatigue is ridiculous. However, if these changes make the league bettee I'm all for it. The league hasn't change drastically over the last 20 years. There are a few more games in the playoffs (first round format has changed several times), and a few more back to back games, but look at the other advances in the sport and outside the sport which has made it "easier for current basketball players. It was disgusting to see players resting as early as December last year.

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