On Wednesday this week (Aug. 8), the NCAA announced several rule adaptations for college basketball. Included in this list: the ability for select prep players to sign with certified agents, and the ability for undrafted players to return to school.
These measures were, wisely, met with some skepticism, and even confusion in some cases. However, as David Glenn explains: While not perfect, these proposals improve the game. College basketball is better now than it was earlier this week.
Listen in to have DG explain why these new measure aren’t a panacea, but a logical step in the right direction for college hoops.
Click to listen to DG on NCAA basketball reforms