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Jeff Van Gundy Suggests NBA Adopt Zero-Tolerance Domestic Violence Policy

Under the NBA’s current collective bargaining agreement, the minimum penalty for a player convicted of a violent felony is a 10-game suspension. If ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy had his way, the minimum penalty would be much more severe. “My one suggestion going forward is, any felony committed against a woman should be a full-season […]
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