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Spencer Dinwiddie sees irony in NBA tampering crackdown after non-traditional teams win

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Spencer Dinwiddie sees irony in NBA tampering crackdown after non-traditional teams win 

Post#1 » by kamaze » Thu Sep 26, 2019 12:50 am

The NBA, led by Commissioner Adam Silver, is cracking down on tampering. Larger fines, stricter enforcement, and an effort to create a “culture of compliance” are all part of the new drive.

What sparked it? Two things. First, that a free agent in Kawhi Leonard reached out to Paul George and convinced him to leave the Thunder and join forces on the Clippers. The other was Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant deciding to head to the Nets before free agency even officially started.

Spencer Dinwiddie helped recruit Irving to Brooklyn, and he sees it as ironic that when the biggest brands — the Lakers and Knicks — don’t win the race for the biggest stars, suddenly tampering is an issue. Here’s what Dinwiddie told Brian Lewis of the New York Post.

“You mean when non-traditional powers like the Nets and the Clippers win?” Dinwiddie laughed. “What you’re saying is, if it’d been the Lakers and the Knicks that won it wouldn’t be a problem, but because it’s the Clippers and the Nets that won it’s an issue? You said it, not me.”


https://sports.yahoo.com/spencer-dinwiddie-sees-irony-nba-190059743.html

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Re: Spencer Dinwiddie sees irony in NBA tampering crackdown after non-traditional teams win 

Post#2 » by MrDollarBills » Thu Sep 26, 2019 3:22 am

Spencer is 100% right here. All of a sudden the NBA cares about tampering.

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