Since it was mentioned in the recent podcast I will throw one more proposal out there.
Final (hopefully) Rule Proposal:
The game is played with 9 balls
The team that has more than 4 balls (majority) has 15 seconds to make throws until they rid themselves of the original number of balls that was >4.
So if team A has 6 balls they will have 15 seconds to throw at least two balls from their possession.
SITUATION: Team B throws 2 more balls at Team A after the count has started. Now Team A has 8, but they still only have to throw 3 because that was the original burden when the count started.
This rule would completely eliminate ball control focused stalling which is, in my opinion, the plague of the current Rulebook. With this rule you can expect to have at least 5 balls on your side of the court every other 15 seconds so there is no longer any reason to throw balls at the wall to try and get the bounce back.
Also, get ready for it, the dreaded LAZ would no longer be necessary! As long as you are giving the opposite team a majority of the balls you would reset the count.
It removes the need for two counters because only one side has a shot clock at a time (and we all know how people shy away from counting)