There is a debate going on in America regarding the appropriate way for colleges to incentivise players to come to their school. After the bombshell article released last week, which detailed numerous athletes receiving major payouts while in schools, the answer to many has been to simply pay the student-athletes.
JT The Brick says there's a major problem with that logic. Most college basketball players will not make it to the NBA, or even a league overseas, and therefore do not deserve to be paid while in college. It's no surprise that a complex problem doesn't have a simple solution, but paying every student-athlete is not realistic for schools who make most of their money off the backs of a handful of players.
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