I think it would make the game more interesing and help more people get into the game. it would however end the holding of the ball in the last two minutes strategy, which seems to have grown to be a really popular game ending strategy.
That would be so cool if MLL was on sunday's during the season. It would also help younger kids and highschool kids learn and watch new things pros are doing during the season which would give them a chance to improve their game exponentially.
yeah but do you really want that? no disrespect to you or your comment, I think the pros sometimes can have a lot of bad habits, that kids could pick up on, i.e. one handed ground balls for example, or trying some shot that no one at the high school should try on their best day. I think it would help the game grow, but I don't think the future of lax is going to be with the MLL it is going to be at the college level or a new pro league that allows anyone to be involved and not just warrior products
I do not agree with the 90 second shot clock idea because that is like saying to a football coach ok you have 5 seconds once you get to the line of scrimmage for your quaterback to snap the ball and you cant kneel down in th fourth quarter
I also do not agree with moving the MLL season to the spring on Sundays because one college is going on then and there are alot of college games on TV so there would be even less MLL games on TV then there is now. And lets face it soccer is not a better sport than lacrosse but it is a more popular sport and in the spring travel soccer teams have games on sundays so no soccer players would ever go to MLL games
If a shot clock was added to Lacrosse at the NCAA level, then there would be far too much of a difference for high school players. Also, for people who have actually played lacrosse and enjoy the sport for what it is, such as myself, that takes the anticipation out of the game. I personally believe the shot clock, and the 2 point arch are the reasons that the MLL isn't successful. lacrosse is a great sport and the fundamental rules shouldn't be messed with in any way shape or form.