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NBA Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 645 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 212-407-8000
  • Fax Number: 212-832-3861
  • Email: nba-leaguepass@turner.com
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: June 6, 1946
  • Founder: LaVar Ball
  • Key People: Adam Silver

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NBA Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Adam Silver

Commissioner

Robert Criqui

Executive Vice President of Finance

Joel M. Litvin Esq.

President of League & Basketball Operations

Ski Austin

Executive Vice President of Events & Attractions

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  • Ron Stabile says:

    Basketball – Is it Time to Raise the Hoop?
    When the rules for basketball were formed years ago, the top if the basket’s hoop rim was set at 10 feet off the ground.
    At that time the average height of the players was about 5 feet 9 inches (5’-7” to 6’-0”.) Now, some players are over 7 feet, with most at 6’-5 to 6’-8”. When many players raise their stretched arms above their heads, their palms are above the basket hoop ring, and they hardly need to go on tip toe to put the ball into the basket. In addition to their new higher average height, the players are also much stronger than before because they are bigger and taller than the player were years ago.
    Because of the foregoing facts about the size and strength of the current basketball players, I believe the basket hoop should be raised at least another 1’-6 inches above where it is now, making the top of the hoop rim eleven feet- six inches above the ground.
    This increased height will make the game more interesting because the scores will be lower and goals will be harder to make. This increased height will make the game more interesting because the scores will be lower and goals will be harder to make. This will require more strategy and increased skill in maneuvering the ball to a scorer.

     
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