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Jeff Van Gundy says NBA players guilty of felony domestic violence should be suspended for a full season

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.
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