Despite the NBA season just getting underway, the Association is still looking at a few rule tweaks.
According to a report from Bleacher Report's Howard Beck, the NBA will look at tweaking how they call two fouls: "aggressive" closeouts and when shooters initate contact to a shot to draw a foul.
The former has been a growing issue in NBA games, and, according to Beck, was brought to the attention of league offices after Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia slid his foot under San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard during Game 1 of last year's Western Conference Finals.
The Wizards had to deal with closeout injuries of their own last season. Last March, Orlando Magic forward Terrance Ross apologized to Bradley Beal after hurting Beal's ankle on a closeout: