NEW YORK (AP) – The WNBA and the Players’ Association have reached an agreement on their participation in this season’s draw. This was confirmed to The Associated Press in the league on Sunday evening.
Any eligible player who wishes to access the project, which is scheduled for April, must waive the remaining entitlement to his or her undergraduate degree.
The participant who wants to participate in the competition must send an e-mail to the league. Send by mail no later than April 1. If a player is in the quarter-finals, the player has up to 48 hours after the last game to let the league know if he or she intends to enter. the project.
Players who have previously been eligible for college are automatically entered into the slip. This became a bigger issue this season when all the players were given an extra year by the NCAA due to the coronavirus epidemic.
While this is a new situation in the WNBA, it is unclear what the NCAA will do to allow players to leave the project. The organization really has a deadline for men basketball players to retire.
The step does not change the strict rules for entering the draft subcategories. Charlie Collier, a third-year junior in central Texas, announced on social media that he intends to relinquish his remaining authority to join the project. In September, Collier will be 22 years old, so he has the right to receive a project.
Next week, the Longhorns star will play in the Big 12 tournament, as well as in the NCAA tournament. He averaged almost 21 points և 12.2 rebounds this season.
This season Collier had 17 double doubles երում in all games except two games, he scored a double goal. Baylor և West Virginia teams.
It is expected that the 6-foot-5 center will be one of the best voters in the project. Dallas Wings awaits both the first and second rounds of the draw.
The NBA applied similar rules, forcing players to abandon the project.
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