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Under the new rules, teams will be limited to two timeouts in the last three minutes of the game. NBA fans have been frustrated by the length of time it takes to finish a game. With fewer timeouts to stop the action, teams can go back and forth instead of playing, resetting, playing and then resetting again. Game lengths will shorten, and the NBA will have a better product.

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NBA will also assess a delay of game penalty to players who go beyond the three-point line after their first attempt, and teams who are not ready to play after the 15-minute halftime break. The NBA is making strides in improving the flow of the game, and their effort really shows with these rule changes.

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It's great the NBA is reducing the number of timeouts each team gets, but if coaches want a stoppage, they are still just going to foul to disrupt the flow of the game. They may have patched up one part of the problem, but the intentional foul issue is still hemorrhaging the game of entertainment. Solve that, Adam Silver. 

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Taking away one timeout may also prevent some teams from putting themselves in the best position to win a game with a crucial timeout to set up a play or a defense. Depriving teams of a chance to play their best is not a good plan to improve the league.

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