NEW YORK (AP) David Stern wants to take a closer look at flopping and referees to be able to take a second look at all flagrant fouls.
And the NBA commissioner isn't sure he wants to see his veteran players in the Olympics anymore.
Stern and Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver said Wednesday the league is committed to sending top players to the Olympics only through London, and then wants to look into saving them just for the world basketball championship and having the Olympics reserved for those 23 and under, as soccer does.
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