This course will provide a detailed overview of the process of becoming an NBPA Certified Agent and an NCAA Certified Agent.
The course will thoroughly analyze the entire basketball representation process – NCAA eligibility, the NBA Draft, NBA Contracts, the NBA G League, International Basketball Agreements, Marketing Agreements, and Name, Image, and Likeness.
This course also will explore the provisions of different types of basketball contracts within the different professional and amateur basketball leagues available.
This course will help any business professional who wants to represent basketball athletes or wants to get a better understanding of the sports agency business. The course will also help any business professional who wants to advise athletes on their professional contracts.
Those interested in a deeper understanding of the Collective Bargaining Agreements, NBA Contracts, professional basketball leagues around the world, NCAA eligibility, and Name, Image, and Likeness should also enroll in the course.
Learners will understand the process of becoming an NBPA and an NCAA Certified Agent. Learners will review the rules and regulations that govern player agents and the NBA player’s contracts. Learners will gain knowledge of other basketball leagues and how contracts affect these players. Learners will explore the history of player eligibility in the NCAA and the repercussions of rule changes.
Here are the topics we’ll cover:
Module 1: Becoming an NBPA Certified Agent & NBPA Regulations Governing Player Agents
Module 2: NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement – NBA Salary Cap
Module 3: NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement – Contract Negotiation
Module 4: NCAA Agent Certification & the Process of Testing the Waters while Maintaining Eligibility
Module 5: Alternative Avenues for a Professional Basketball Career – NBA G League & International Basketball
Module 6: The Current Status of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) for HS & College Basketball Players
This course is not meant to be construed as legal advice. The information learned may serve as a basis to guide you in the correct direction. However, Stoops Colab cannot be responsible for counsel within the context of this course.
You can expect to spend 6-10 hours per week reviewing course content, engaging in interactive videos, and discussion board conversations. You will also have one live check-in with the instructor during the course.
No, there is not! Downloadable forms, transcripts, and other useful resources will be made available to all learners.
This is a pass/fail course. You must score 75% to complete the course.
This innovative learning format allows hardworking professionals to conveniently meet, collaborate, and network with other business professionals. Discussion boards allow for engaging conversations as well as the check-ins with the instructor.
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