Everyone knows that there is some tensions with the NBA and NCAA relationship, especially when it comes to preparing college basketball players for the NBA. Jonathan Givony with ESPN.COM goes into more detail about how that could soon be changing.
The NCAA brought 19 college basketball athletes to Indianapolis this past weekend for the Elite Student-Athlete Symposium, an educational program that attempted to tackle head-on “the challenges and pitfalls” highly touted prospects face, with an eye toward helping them pursue a career in professional basketball.
Louisville’s VJ King and Anas Mahmoud were both in attendance.
The NCAA's philosophy on underclassmen, the NBA Draft, and their relationship with the NBA appears to be evolving: https://t.co/tINhQXZTfL
— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) September 13, 2017