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NCAA Reforms Fail To Fix Basketball's Corruption Problem

Law360 (August 17, 2018, 10:05 AM EDT) -- The NCAA recently enacted a set of sweeping reforms that provide modest benefits to the small percentage of student-athletes who pursue a professional basketball career, but experts say the changes do not adequately address the serious issues at the center of a federal corruption probe into college basketball.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association said last week it will now allow certain college basketball players and certain "elite" high school players, as determined by USA Basketball, to speak with NCAA-certified agents during the offseason. The NCAA will also allow some players to take part in the NBA draft without losing their college eligibility...

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