What the ????
Kevin Durant, a young Texas University basketball player is drawing so much attention that already a NBA general manager and an owner were fined. Danny Ainge, general manager of the Boston Celtics (30 000$ fine) sat with Durant's mother during a tournament and was fined for that.
Now more recently, Micheal Jordan owner of the Charlotte Bobcats (15 000$ fine) mentionned last week to the press that he was interested in drafting a young prospect from Texas University.
A rule in the NBA doesn't allow owners, managers or coaches to talk about players that are not already declared available for a NBA draft. Talk about a strange rule... Just imagine the NHL fining teams because the team owners said that they were interested in drafting Sydney Crosby as he was still in the junior ranks.
Is it me or this rule is really really dumb?