Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau defends NBA play-in tournament

The NBA’s play-in event has confronted some criticism over the previous few days, with Mavericks star Luka Doncic and proprietor Mark Cuban each voicing their displeasure with the brand new system. However Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau defended the play-in event, saying that it was a great way to have extra groups enjoying significant video games.

“I feel there are lots of advantages to it,” he stated of the play-in after the Knicks’ win over the Pelicans on Wednesday.

Thibodeau acknowledged the considerations from Cuban however stated that it was too quickly to say whether or not the play-in was a hit or failure, as we will not actually know till we get to see it in motion after the common season finishes.

“And so I feel we’ve to let it play out first after which assess it once more,” Thibodeau stated. “However I feel lots of lots of groups being concerned in essential video games, I feel that that is good for the league.”

The play-in event was first launched final season within the Orlando bubble however was permitted by the NBA Board of Bovernors, which incorporates Cuban, for the upcoming season. The mini-tournament is supposed to present the ninth and tenth-seeded groups an opportunity to make the postseason as nicely.

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