PLK thinking of implementing the ‘Russian Law’

PLKThe Executive Board of the Polish League has made a recommendation for the implementation of the 'Russian Law' in the Polish League of next season.

For those who are not familiar with the term 'Russian Law' it means that a team will have to have two local players on the court at all times, so all Polish teams of the top division will have to field at least two Poles at any given time of a match.
It is called 'Russian Law' because it was implemented in the Russian Superleague A for the first time and then it was adopted by the Israeli League a couple of seasons back when it was given its name "Russian Law".
The proposition made by the Exceutive Board will be now checked thoroughly and either get approved or rejected by the Supervisory Board of the League.