It is very rare for us to publish a law review article here on KSR. Law Review articles are written by law professors or law students and generally are the most boring pieces of writing that we produce in this wonderful country of ours. If you were on a Law Journal in Law School (and if so, why), you probably had to publish one (as a matter of fact, I wrote one during my Duke days here…feel free not to read unless you care about Free Will, Genetic Predispositions and Criminal Law…which you don’t.) So while I would normally not recommend such a diversion, this one is worth it. A UK fan who attends Vanderbilt Law School wrote an in-depth piece on the NCAA and Enes Kanter that I must say is very well done. Not only does it discuss in some detail the legal issues currently affecting the NCAA, but it provides some UK info that you will find interesting.
So sit back, relax and enjoy Zack Roth’s Enes Kanter note…it is a good read for the intellectual set (this does not mean you, Mr “Curse in the Comment Section” guy):