LeBron James calls out NCAA over new rules that would prevent his agent and friend Rich Paul from representing players just out of college

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The NCAA’s newly released rules regarding the qualifications to represent players testing the waters of a jump to the NBA have caught the eye of LeBron James.

On Monday, the NCAA issued a memo outlining criteria that agents would have to meet to represent college players who are debating whether to return for another year of college basketball or make the leap to play professionally, either in the NBA, in the G League, or internationally.

According to ESPN’s Jeff Borzello, those criteria include a bachelor’s degree, National Basketball Players Association certification for at least three consecutive years, professional liability insurance, and the completion of an exam taken in person at the NCAA office in Indi

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