Originally Posted by WMR
It lessens the chances of future stud European players trying to leave their 'parent clubs' and come to college in the states unless they totally sever such relationships and never play for European club teams in the first place (which is pretty much impossible because there is no other way for European players to develop their game IN EUROPE without moving to America).
Don't see that. It lessens the chance Kanter plays in the states, but all it does for everyone else is let them know they need to be more careful in their dealings with the club if they want to come to the US and play college ball.
In any event, all I hope is the NCAA gets it right. If he's been paid and is a pro, I hope he's ineligible. If the Turkish team is just trying to screw him, I hope the NCAA figures that out and he gets to play. Pretty hard to tell one way or the other at this point.