In the midst of a crisis that has seen the most soccer fans, players and fans of all ages fleeing the game, the sport is in danger of losing its core values.
“What the scores mean is that they are going to have a new standard of what a goal is and what a shot is,” said Kevin Wiebe, the chief operating officer of the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
“It’s not going to be about, ‘We need to score goals.'”
[The NFL] Wiebbe, who was part of the NBA’s executive committee that helped draft the new scoring system, says it’s unlikely the league will be able to maintain its current standards.
“They’re not going the same direction they were going, and it’s not good for the sport,” he said.
“So we’re going to need to make changes.”
The NBA is the world’s largest sports league, and the current scoring system has been in place since 2010, when the league adopted a system called the Shot Equivalency Scale, which was designed to gauge how well a shot compares to its baseline.
The new scoring formula has been tweaked over the years, but the original method has not.
The NBA’s current scoring is based on the baseline, but Wiebbes current system uses the shot data from the league’s annual All-Star game, which takes place this week in Phoenix.
He says the current system has worked well for decades.
“I think they’re a great sport,” Wieben said.
“[But] you can’t just change the scoring system.
It’s going to take some time, but I think it will work.”
The current scoring standard is set by the league in consultation with the player union, and according to Wieba, the union has been supportive of the change.
“The union is in agreement with us on a lot of things, but there’s a lot that’s still not settled,” he added.
“There are still a lot to be determined.”
The scoring system is also subject to the league being forced to revise it if it doesn’t meet the standards.
The NFL is not alone in its struggles with the scoring standards.
As part of its new scoring standard, the NBA is required to use a new scoring method called the Impact Score, which measures a player’s impact on the game based on how much time he’s on the court and how many points he scores.
The league says that the new score system is based in part on player data that has been collected over the past four years and that it is “not based on performance data.”
The league’s new scoring has been criticized by players, coaches and the NBA Players Association.
In a letter to the NBA and the union, NBA players and the Players Association said the league has “a strong history of being a player-friendly organization.”
The players wrote that the league “has long sought to reduce the negative impact of the game on its fans and the game’s development, and we applaud the NBA for being willing to do the hard work necessary to do so.”
The new score has also been called into question by the International Basketball Federation.
In December, the governing body announced that it would “review” the scoring rules, saying that it was not “in alignment with the spirit of the SIFI rules.”
The review comes after the league made a number of moves to increase the league size, including moving from 14 teams to 16 teams and adding the New Orleans Pelicans to the expansion pool.
The current system, the league says, “does not reflect our history of providing fans and players with the best possible experience.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.