NBA Announces Changes to The Hack-A-Terrible Free Throw Shooter
Finally, after years of fans complaining and players, mostly terrible free throw shooters, complaining about the hack-a-horrible shooter, it has finally been changed or revised.
NBA strikes Hack-a-Shaq compromise: 1 shot + ball for hacks in last 2 mins. of each period, no jumping on back, no off-ball fouls on inbound
— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) July 13, 2016
Here’s how social media reacted:
@NBA or you can just MAKE YOUR FREE THROWS that simple.
— Sha Anthony (@OutOfTime_Sha) July 13, 2016
So you fixed the current weakness in the hack-a rules…. by making MORE of the current hack-a rules?
— Hardwood Paroxysm (@HPbasketball) July 13, 2016
“If you cant make your free throws, that’s ok we will change the rules to fit you,” – Adam Silver basically. That is horrible for the game.
— Zach Babcock (@BabbersNFriends) July 13, 2016
How to fix hack-a-Shaq: make your free throws & if you can’t ur coach doesn’t play you or he does anyway it’s up to him its called strategy
— Dan L (@KnicksFanBlog) July 13, 2016
— Seraphique Vox (@SeraphiqueVox) July 13, 2016