As part of the camp, a competition-committee meeting was held that resulted in proposals for three rules changes. Tabled was expansion of the use of instant replay beyond end-of-period timing issues.
The three proposals expected to receive approval from the Board of Governors are:
The shot clock only would be reset to five seconds if the offensive team retains possession of a jump ball that comes with five or fewer seconds remaining on the shot clock. Otherwise the shot clock would not be reset. The current rule calls for a reset to 14 seconds if the jump comes with 14 or fewer seconds on the shot clock.
A team that calls a 20-second timeout for injury and also requires a full timeout to treat the player would be reimbursed the 20-second timeout. Currently, a team is charged for both a 20-second and full timeout.
Should a player be injured on the road and return for treatment in a team's home city, he would be required to miss only four games, instead of five, if it is retroactively determined he needed to be placed on the injured list.
Source - http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/sfl-nbacamp06jun06,0,1820095.story?coll=sfla-sports-headlines