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A number of 2018 first-round prospects -- including potential lottery pick Mitchell Robinson who withdrew from Western Kentucky before the season started -- have inquired about the possibility of playing in the G League this season but were told they are ineligible a league source told ESPN.
That ineligibility stems from a rule that prevents players who were enrolled in college during an academic calendar year from being offered a contract in the same season unless they have been ruled permanently ineligible by the NCAA with no opportunity of being reinstated (as was the case with P.J. Hairston in 2013).
Trojans guard De'Anthony Melton won't play this season after an investigation determined that a close family friend received an extra benefit USC said.
Players who don't fall into this category include those with ties to the federal investigation into corruption in college basketball. That pool that includes De'Anthony Melton (USC) Brian Bowen (Louisville) Austin Wiley (Auburn) and Danjel Purifoy (Auburn).
It also does not include players who have elected to withdraw from college voluntarily such as LiAngelo Ball.
Since the NCAA has not ruled on the eligibility of players related to the FBI probe these players have the option of signing overseas spending the entire year training in America and entering the pre-draft process with no real résumé or waiting for an NCAA ruling.
During the same weekend of the annual G League Showcase in Toronto more than 40 NBA scouts and executives came to attend a prep school game on a tiny Lifetime Fitness basketball court to evaluate second-round prospect Matur Maker the younger brother of Milwaukee Bucks center Thon Maker. Many NBA front offices consider it a missed opportunity that the likes of Robinson Melton Bowen and Wiley weren't able to play at the Showcase allowing a rare look at a group of potential first-round picks competing against real professional players.
The G League had no official comment to make on the record. But a league source provided this reasoning which was reinforced by multiple sources.
"We're not looking to compete with college basketball for their players," the league source said. "The NBA specifically NBA lawyers are concerned about the optics of NCAA players being disgruntled with minutes or coaching decisions and leaving college with the hopes of joining the G League. This is a blanket rule unfortunately that applies to all players. Like all of our rules we are open to revisiting them if needed but at the moment any player that was enrolled in a college this season is ineligible to play in our League."
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