The head of an influential group representing college basketball coaches believes the Commission on College Basketball’s sweeping recommendations, which the group supports, will change the system for the better.
But Haney acknowledged rules alone will not change college basketball.
“Ultimately, it comes down to our conduct,” he said. “You can have stiffer penalties, you can have more rules, you can have more stringent rules, but the people who abide by the rules now are the same people that are gonna abide by these changes.”
The Los Angeles Chargers informed tight end Antonio Gates this offseason that they do not plan to re-sign him, the team confirmed Friday.
Gates said at the end of last season that he wanted to continue his career in 2018.
The 15-year veteran had a reduced role with the Chargers in 2017. He played 478 snaps, finishing with 30 catches for 316 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns; only his rookie season produced more meager numbers.
Although James’ 3-pointer would have been enough for a Cavaliers victory regardless of Oladipo’s attempted layup, the non-call still didn’t sit well with the Pacers.