NCAA Rule Changes Give Athletes Flexibility
The organization is revamping its approach to college basketball
The NCAA is revamping its approach to college basketball—and the result might be better overall for players.
This week, the collegiate athletic association announced a series of major structural changes to what the NCAA will allow athletes to do as amateur players, most of which will take effect next year.
Key among the shifts, as reported by ESPN, is a rule change allowing college players to enter the NBA draft and return to school if they go un-drafted. Previously, a college player would be required to decide whether to return to school long before the draft took place, and un-drafted players were not allowed to return to school as amateur players.
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