I personally don't like B2B's. I think they weigh heavy in favor of the resting team. I'm not complaining about the Clippers losses during a B2B, but I'm a big fan of parity and equality when you look at a schedule.
There has been talks in the past about eliminating the division and just have 2 conferences. In this case you have everyone within a conference playing each other the same amount of times.
It's hard to argue that it wouldn't be more difficult to play the Warriors one night and Thunder the next night as opposed to playing say the Lakers the second. Equal amount of B2B's is one thing, but it feels like every game against a top seeded team it's on the road on the second night.
If B2B's don't go away, I'd be a huge advocate to change the rule that the second game has to be home no matter what, even if it means traveling home. IMO, that's the only way to level out the playing field.