***Official 2018-19 Transfer Thread***

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  1. woodm07

    woodm07 Active Member

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    Is there anything final about the 29th? I thought I've heard the player can go through the draft undrafted and still come back? That not correct?
     
  2. jbindm

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    That's an NCAA-approved rule that both the NBA and NBAPA have to sign off on before it goes into effect. For at least this year the deadline for an early entrant to withdraw from the draft and return to school is May 29.
     
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  3. LLCoolJansma

    LLCoolJansma Well-Known Member

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    I would assume this will put pressure on all the conferences to at least vote on changing their rules to lift any extra interconference transfer penalty in the next couple of years.
     
  4. isutrevman

    isutrevman Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure there is an explanation, but how does the NBA and the NBAPA restrict a player from returning to school, when the NCAA allows it? Or do they simply not allow them to enter the draft the following year? Essentially you can only submit your name into the draft once? So you can go back to school, but can't be drafted after that?
     
  5. jbindm

    jbindm Well-Known Member

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    #1645 jbindm, May 20, 2019
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    https://www.mlive.com/wolverines/2019/04/no-an-undrafted-player-cant-return-to-college-basketball.html

    I worded it poorly. It's not something the NBA and NBPA have to sign off on; they have to make a change to one of their existing rules before the NCAA will make their rule effective.

    "The reason for the discrepancy is because the aforementioned rule change regarding an undrafted player is pending. As the NCAA states: "This change is effective if/when the NBA and NBPA make an expected rule change, which would make undrafted student-athletes who return to college after the draft ineligible for the NBA until the end of the next college basketball season."

    An NCAA spokesperson confirmed that a player must withdraw his name from the draft on May 29 and therefore could not wait for the result of the actual draft. The post-draft rule change is not yet effective.

    "If the NBA/NBPA changes the rule that allows for someone who was in the draft but undrafted to be 'called up' at any point in the following year, the NCAA members may allow student-athletes to return if they go undrafted in June," the spokesperson said.

    In other words, if the NCAA were to adopt the post-draft rule, given the current NBA rules, nothing would stop a player from leaving school in the middle of the following season to join an NBA team. The NCAA, as stated above, would require the player to finish the college basketball season and re-enter the draft the following year."
     
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  6. JP4CY

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    The conference is turrible so they've got to try something I guess.
     
  7. jmb

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    and he wouldn't be wrong.
     
  8. isutrevman

    isutrevman Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the info!
     
  9. Knownothing

    Knownothing Well-Known Member

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    Wonder what would happen if they just decided to get rid of declaring for the draft and just drafted players and if the player decides to stay in achool that team owned his rights. Isn’t that kind of how baseball does it?
     
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  10. IASTATE07

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    I wasn't alive, but didn't something similar happen to Bird.
     
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  11. Messi

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    Jeff’s son
     
  12. Messi

    Messi Well-Known Member

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    In one of his incoherent ramblings on the Cyclone Insiders podcast last night Randy threw out the idea that Lindell could transfer.
     
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  13. woodm07

    woodm07 Active Member

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    I heard it and doubt he would be content putting things off for a year of sitting out.
     
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  14. CTTB78

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    Randy's on it! His next take will have LW trying out at slot receiver for CMC.
     
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  15. jbindm

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    Solid troll work on his part.
     
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    Yeah, he showed up for Bobby Knight and essentially couldn't take life in the big city.
     
  17. Messi

    Messi Well-Known Member

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    I don’t even think he was trolling, he’s just that dumb. Listening to him talk about THT earlier in the pod, he felt he was entitled to answers about the Wal Mart incident and was upset THT didn’t want to give him any quotes. While THT may be immature he’s not required to give Randy or Hines any insight or quotes to run with.
     
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  18. jbindm

    jbindm Well-Known Member

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    I think it's a little bit of both. He's kind of an idiot and a pot stirrer to boot. I think he likes trying to get the fanbase riled up.
     
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  19. CyTwins

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    THT went out of his way to ignore Randy at the combine if you watch his media interviews. It was great
     
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  20. Messi

    Messi Well-Known Member

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    I think most people in central Iowa media and athletics know Randy is a dipshit but put up with him out of “Iowa niceness” so it’s refreshing to see someone not put up with his senile ass.
     
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