Steve Kerr Wants NBA to Change Rules After Record Scoring.

This week, Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr asked on the NBA to change defensive rules after the league's record scoring.

Joel Embiid scored 70 points and Karl-Anthony Towns a franchise-record 62 on Monday.

Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker scored 62 points, while Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Dončić scored 73 on Friday night.Kerr is fed up.

“I think there are absolute changes [to be made],” Kerr told The Mercury News Saturday. “You won’t change the plan. You will adjust defensive positioning rules.”

Kerr knows the game has evolved since he played, with defenders no longer given the benefit of the doubt. 

Kerr stated, “I wish I could tell you the number of times a player wildly drove into us, ran into us, and I went to the ref and the red used the expression, ‘illegal guarding position,’” 

Our interpretation of the regulations favors the crime. We modified the interpretation 20 years ago as a league to open the game. 

So we could easily give the defense leeway.”

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