After the hack-a-Jordan strategy used by the Spurs in their series against the Clippers, commissioner Adam Silver has brought up the dispute on allowing intentional fouls or not. Silver has heard from Michael Jordan and Larry Bird that players need to learn to make free throws, which I agree with. Look, these players are paid millions of dollars to play basketball, and free throws are a part of the game. If they learn to make them, there is no issue. Why not use it as a strategy, though? While Silver said he thought it was an interesting strategy, his reason against it is that it makes for bad television. What? Well that’s an awful excuse, but they are all about those TV ratings. Anyways, I do not see people turning a game like last night’s between the Clippers and Spurs off. It will be a hot topic between GMs this summer, which I think is a waste of time. Don’t change the rules because of a few players who can’t hit free throws.