Player workload has become an important issue in the NBA, and that was proven true once against his week after news of the NBA's latest possible rule change.

According to Bleacher Report's Eric Pincus, the NBA could completely alter the format of overtime games to follow a 'target score' instead of just adding an extra five minutes after regulation.

“A potential change could be the use of a target score, but just for overtime," wrote Pincus. "That would prevent overlong broadcasts and overloading player minutes, like Los Angeles Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard's playing 46 minutes in a double-overtime loss to the Sacramento Kings on Friday."

This report comes in the aftermath of a double overtime game between the Kings and Clippers, which saw star athletes like Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and De'Aaron Fox rack up over 40 minutes each.