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Adam Silver has something for everyone: He also attacks load management and throws a dig at the Spurs

During the press conference held in Las Vegas during the Summer League, Adam Silver touched on various topics.

The NBA commissioner outlined the league’s revenues over the past year and frontally attacked Kevin Durant for his trade request. Silver, however, also had harsh words toward franchises that practice the load management, that is, the choice to keep the best players at rest even when they are not injured.

The number one NBA player strongly criticized this philosophy and the impact it has on the league’s image.

I’ll be honest: there is nothing more frustrating, especially for fans, than seeing players who are not injured follow certain calendared rest schedules. And I’m referring first of all to Buford (Spurs executive, ed.), you’re the one who started this.

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