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NCAA president scrutinized for LiAngelo Ball comment
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6 Dec 2017 03:44 PM EST

NCAA president Mark Emmert is being scrutinized for his comments about former UCLA basketball player, LiAngelo Ball. According to Business Insider, LiAngelo recently left UCLA, after being suspended from the basketball program, one of the main reasons his dad, LaVar Ball, says that he went there. NCAA president Mark Emmert reportedly said, "Is this a part of someone being part of your university as a student-athlete or is it about using college athletics to prepare yourself to be a pro? If it's the latter, you shouldn't be there in the first place." Many pointed out that "the main purpose of universities is to prepare students for professional careers."

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