Former College Basketball Star Destroys NCAA In One Tweet
Former Wisconsin basketball star and current Charlotte Hornets forward Frank Kaminsky made it clear Friday morning he’s not happy with the NCAA.
“If the @NCAA vacates victories do they still get to keep the money they made off those games or do they vacate that too? Asking for a friend,” the national player of the year tweeted in response to the NCAA vacating wins from Louisville’s basketball team due to a prostitution scandal and a general lack of control and oversight from coach Rick Pitino.
If the @NCAA vacates victories do they still get to keep the money they made off those games or do they vacate that too? Asking for a friend
— Frank Kaminsky III (@FSKPart3) June 16, 2017
This isn’t the first time that Kaminsky has criticized the NCAA directly or indirectly. He has been a strong advocate against the current system the NCAA has in place not allowing players to benefit from their likeness or get any form of money. (SLIDESHOW: Celebrate Co
Not once during this did I ask for money from schools. I asked to profit of my image.
— Frank Kaminsky III (@FSKPart3) April 4, 2017
No. I didn’t get paid. I left there with no money and still owed rent through my lease. Actually lost money. Glad I was good at bball tho… https://t.co/phgMQ75OeM
— Frank Kaminsky III (@FSKPart3) April 3, 2017
He is very consistent at staying on message.
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