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Volume: 16 Issue: 7
(July 2018)

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nca commissions report recommendations college basketball some layups some airballs 11 october 2017 resulting arrests numerous college coaches

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The NCAA Commission’s report and recommendations on college basketball - some layups, some airballs

On 11 October 2017, resulting from the arrests of numerous college coaches, Adidas representatives, and a recruiter for a now defunct sports agency in connection with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York’s (‘DOJ’) investigation into corruption in “the dark underbelly of college basketball1” - paying coaches, players and/or their families - the National Collegiate Athletic Association (‘NCAA’) President Mark Emmert announced the formation of the Commission On College Basketball (‘Commission’) to examine Division I basketball2. In this article, Ryan P. Mulvaney, Esq., Partner at McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP, provides his analysis of the resulting report and recommendations (‘R&R’) published by the Commission to address the issues in collegiate basketball in the US.

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