A potential rule change to the NBA's "transition take foul" was reportedly met with "widespread support" during the league's general managers meeting in Chicago on Tuesday, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium. 

Per that report, the rule change would "award the offensive team with one free throw and retaining possession" after a transition take foul, mirroring the rules currently in place in the G League.

Players intentionally fouling ball-handlers following turnovers—preventing obvious fast breaks in the process—has long been lamented by fans and analysts alike, who argue it slows down the game and takes away exciting transition opportunities.