Shane Battier’s plan to pay college athletes

May 27, 2016

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Former NBA and NCAA basketball champion Shane Battier details his idea for how to compensate college athletes for the money they make their universities. Plus, he discusses the importance of team work – and what it was like to play on a team with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. Also, the Super Bowl returns to Los Angeles and virtual reality companies team up with sports franchises in this edition of our podcast Keeping Score with Rick Horrow.

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Getting paid!?! Are they serious? If that ever happens then they should not get ANY scholarships at all. And if the guys who are playing now get paid, then all of the money they receive should go to paying tuition and the scholarships they get. How stupid is that to pay a student for playing a sport in college.

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