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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver admits the league still has work to do as it seeks ways to combat teams from tanking to improve their draft positioning.
Per ESPN’s Ian Begley, after Friday’s Board of Governors meeting in New York, Silver said the new draft lottery reform taking effect next year won’t be enough to change the process of teams intentionally losing games.
“We recognize that our goal was to put the best competition on the floor, and it’s balanced against legitimate rebuilding of some teams,” he said. “But I know we’re not there yet, and I certainly wasn’t satisfied [this season].”
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