Injuries have been a dime a dozen this season in the NBA, with countless stars missing time because of health. That totally makes sense, but the whole load management thing? Well, legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather essentially thinks it’s a joke.

Money Mayweather was extremely vocal about NBA teams giving certain players time off because of the huge money they make and their job to entertain the fans.

Via Jonathan Sherman of AHN Fire Digital:

“They will play a couple games and take a couple games off,” he said. “That’s not cool. With that type of money, if you’re not hurt, you need to be out there playing ’cause these people pay a lot of money for the NBA players to entertain.”

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Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard is one name who instantly comes to mind in regards to load management. He’s still rehabbing a knee injury, but Leonard has missed a ton of games over the years because of his respective teams’ fear of him playing too much then getting hurt again.

In all fairness though, this is simply Mayweather’s opinion. He doesn’t know the in and outs of why NBA organizations put an emphasis on load management. After all, an 82-game season is grueling and these franchises need to make sure their stars stay healthy throughout the course of the campaign and into the playoffs.

But, Floyd Mayweather is entitled to his opinion and he definitely brings up a valid point.