And a second offense would result in the player being banned from the NBA. Under the current NBA collective bargaining agreement, players convicted of a violent felony — including domestic violence related offenses — are suspended for a minimum of 10 games. If Jeff Van Gundy were in charge, the punishment would be much more severe.
“My one suggestion going forward is, any felony committed against a woman should be a full-season suspension,” Van Gundy said during the ESPN broadcast on Tuesday.
When Megan Klingenberg and Morgan Brian take the field for the U.S. women’s national soccer team on Friday in the Women’s World Cup quarterfinals, former NBA coach and current TV analyst Jeff Van Gundy will be watching nervously. Af...