Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Colorado HC Tad Boyle believes that one way to combat issues with improper recruiting is to let high school players jump the NBA again. “Look, the one thing that would really help is if the NBA allowed kids to go to the NBA out of high school. It's not going to eliminate the problems, but it will alleviate a lot of this stuff. You've got these kids coming out of high school. I mean, the way they're being looked at on the black market is they're $100 million assets. Not all of them, but that's what some of them are going to earn over the course of their career. When you have those kind of assets, people are going to want to attach themselves to those assets, and that's what's happening."