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Rachel Nichols, Amin Elhassan and Paul Pierce react to Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James’ tweet clapping back at the NCAA for its opposition to California’s “Fair Pay to Play Act,” which would allow college football, college basketball and other athletes to make money off their name, image or likeness.
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21 Comments

  1. You have to understand the ncaa. If the athletes can make money, they can't pay their best athletes families under the table to recruit them for Duke or school like that.
    LeBron better be careful. They are powerful people, they will find a girlfriend to say LEBron raped her if he continues annoying these powerful people.

  2. To all those who don't want people like myself to push the word slave ry when white men use black talent without fair wage practice.. Please,go up to the search bar and press the words '' Slavery By A New Name" or read the the book.. You will find out my uniformed friend that Slavery never stopped,,and in some stats the laws haven't been officially changed ,,so when I say Slavery it's for the past, present.and furture.. Do your research before you before you make a statement like that. ..

  3. Hey I'm down with them paying the players as long as those players give up their free ride scholarships and pay for their own education. That would also make it possible for more people to get in, where normal scholarship limitations wouldn't otherwise allow. If they can't agree to pay for their own education if this law passes, if I was the NCAA I would require that they stay for a mandatory 4 years.

  4. What I really want to know is, why do so many people care about money that they’re not even receiving or, going to receive?😂 smh

  5. Idk how I feel about some 17-18 year old having millions, but it is totally unfair that the school makes bank off of them. The coaches make millions, the athletics director makes millions. and they just continue to raise tuition as well.

  6. Interesting topic, very fun to debate! One could argue that NCAA provides the platform for the athletes to showcase their talents. March Madness attracts millions of viewers yearly and is by far the favorite method for NBA talent scouting. Only the top 1% of players will get endorsed anyways and they are the ones to continue on to the NBA where they will make real money. For missing out 1 year of pay they in return get clout (which helps them grow their brand), experience and free living/education/food. If this isnt appealing, there are other options to go pro for a year and make money overseas.

  7. Gov of California is SUPER progressive. This bill empowers college athletes who are in majority, African Americans. Imagine the fall out if he vetos?

  8. The fact that this even has to be a bill is disgusting. Child stars like Natalie Portman and Emma Watson had endorsements and were making money from freaking kinder all the way to college but NCAA athletes can't do the same?

    NCAA just wants a slave system where they get all the money and all the athletes work for free. There is no rational justification for denying this bill.

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