“That’s ridiculous!” “King” James, “I’ve earned two challenges and I can’t use any more until the end of the game.”

LeBron James (Los Angeles Lakers) has criticized the NBA’s challenge rule, calling for change.

Dallas Mavericks head coach Jason Kidd used both of his coaching challenges before the fourth quarter of Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, on Thursday (April 24). But even though they were both successful, 텍사스홀덤 he was unable to use any more challenges. It was because of the challenge rules.

According to the coaches’ challenge rule, teams can challenge foul calls, out-of-bounds, basket interference, and goaltending calls during the game after the clock is called. However, during the two minutes of the fourth quarter and the final two minutes of overtime, teams can no longer utilize the challenge to challenge out-of-bounds, goaltending or basket interference calls.

The Coaches Challenge has been in place since 2019. Back then, each team was given one challenge during the game, but starting this season, teams will be given a second challenge if the first one is successful.

James wrote on social media, “They need to change the challenge rule, I’ve done 2 challenges and I can’t do any more until the end of the game, it’s ridiculous.”

Kidd used his second challenge midway through the third quarter on an out-of-bounds call that was ruled a jump ball. It was a successful challenge, but he was not allowed to challenge any further.

Dallas, meanwhile, would go on to defeat Minnesota 108-105 later in the day.

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