A majority of general managers in the NBA are urging the league to begin a dialogue on possible tweaks to the in-season contract buyout and waiver process, according to a report from The Vertical.

Among front office and personnel, there’s an ongoing worry regarding the buyout process. The current process gives players the luxury of negotiating releases from their deals, which has often translated in signing contracts with top-tier organizations. Owners and executives believe that the process has become unfair to the small-market clubs.

In late February, center Andrew Bogut, after bottoming out with the Golden State Warriors, fell to two under-performing franchises in Dallas and Philadelphia. Days after the latter waived him, he opted to take his game to the Cleveland Cavaliers.