Second round, strict load management! The doctor is required to issue injury certificate for players in rotation

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 Second round, strict load management! The doctor is required to issue injury certificate for players in rotation


According to ESPN reporter spears, the NBA has issued a memorandum to the team, requiring the team to appoint a representative to the league office before 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) of each game to specify a players injury, illness or potential rest. However, the rule does not apply to the second day of a back-to-back competition.

Moreover, the medical information of players released by the public relations department of the team must be negotiated with the general manager of the team and approved by professional medical personnel before being released. The player concerned, as well as his agent and family members, must be informed before the news is released.

In other words, when the NBA team announces its team lineup in the second round, it can no longer choose rotation on the basis of the so-called player injury. Instead, it should be made clear in person in advance, and the doctors permission is required. The alliance decided not to tolerate the load management problem which was widely discussed before the shutdown. In addition, teams can use words such as can play, are likely to play, play in doubt, likely not to play or not to play when marking the players participation in the game. However, the commonly mentioned day to day is not allowed. This is no better than to show that the League should make the players physical and injury conditions concrete and quantitative as far as possible, and leave as little space as possible for human operation to ensure the participation of stars in the game. Source: Netease sports Author: Tan Xiaoyu, editor in charge: Gong Hao_ NB12610

In other words, when the NBA team announces its team lineup in the second round, it can no longer choose rotation on the basis of the so-called player injury. Instead, it should be made clear in person in advance, and the doctors permission is required. The alliance decided not to tolerate the load management problem which was widely discussed before the shutdown.

In addition, teams can use words such as can play, are likely to play, play in doubt, likely not to play or not to play when marking the players participation in the game. However, the commonly mentioned day to day is not allowed.

This is no better than to show that the League should make the players physical and injury conditions concrete and quantitative as far as possible, and leave as little space as possible for human operation to ensure the participation of stars in the game.