After the NCAA put out a proposal for the new reforms for college basketball, including changes in the rules regarding agents, the NBA Draft, and more. The changes were not received well, as many important people in the college basketball world spoke out against the rules put in place.
Now, probably one of the most important people in sports has spoken out. Mike Krzyzewski spoke about how the NCAA didn’t go far enough. He gestured to a picture in which leaders from the NCAA, the NBA, the NABC, AAU, and more, met in a summit in 2005, using it as an example. Coach K said that while the reforms were “well-intentioned”, the NCAA lacked coordination. Many reports say that while the organizations met, both the NBA and USA Basketball, who were implemented multiple times in the proposal, felt blindsided. In addition, he addressed the unchanged rules on communication between coaches and players in the summer months, which hasn’t been solved.
Oh, and by the way, Jay Bilas on Zion Williamson’s astronomically awesome size and mobility at that: