According to a recent report by Sports Illustrated, NBA commissioner David Stern and deputy commissioner Gary Silver will take a serious look at suggesting a change to Olympic basketball.
Rather than have it be a free-for-all among the best in the game, the commish is looking to appease those who feel that younger guys should get their shot.
In other words, he wants Olympic basketball to become a 23-and-under affair for the Team USA.
Rather than debate the potential ramifications of this move, let's contemplate what the 23-and-under roster would look like. From young stars to up-and-coming talents, this team could do some real damage.
Legacies would be made, medals would find new meaning and the sport of basketball would grow.
So, who's up for a change?