Detroit Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy called the NCAA “one of the worst organizations” in sports and criticized the NBA’s one-and-done rule, calling the backlash against high school players wanting to bypass college “racist.”
The Pistons coach, who spoke before his team played the Charlotte Hornets, said it’s unfair that the blame seems to be falling on the coaches because the real problem starts at the top. “The NCAA is one of the worst organizations — maybe the worst organization — in sports,” Van Gundy told reporters.
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