In the NBA, 20 seconds can last 20 minutes in real time. That needs to change

The end of games are often scarred by timeouts and intentional fouls. Small tweaks could make the league much more exciting for fans Andre Drummond fouls Giannis Antetokounmpo during last months Bucks v Nets game. Photograph: Morry Gash/AP There are 21.7 seconds left on the clock. Team A’s center grabs a rebound with his team up by two, and he’s promptly fouled by Team B. Nineteen free throws, eight fouls, and about 20 minutes of real-time later, the final buzzer sounds. The center? Andre Drummo
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