G League going to 1 free throw for most fouls
NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA says most two- and three-shot fouls in the G League this season will be settled by taking just one free throw.
A made shot will count for the two or three points. Multiple free throws will be taken in the last 2 minutes of regulation or in overtime.
The change is being made in part to study if game length gets shorter.
Rule changes are often added to the G League in an effort to get real data and feedback before they are considered for implementation at the NBA level. Other past examples are the 14-second shot clock reset on offensive rebounds and the coach’s challenge, both of which were in the G League before making the NBA rulebook.