Women's Hoops Blog

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Thursday, June 18, 2009

It's Kelli Anderson's turn: Prince's decision to leave Rutgers early may be ill-advised
But to the two agents who know the overseas market for women's basketball players better than anyone, Prince's plan reflects a wildly unrealistic view of her value right now. "To be fair, I don't know her situation," says Mike Cound, who, along with partner Tom Cross, negotiated 98 overseas contracts last year. "If she can't play in college because of grades, that's one thing. But anyone who comes out and says, 'I've got the grades to stay and graduate but I think I can go make a lot of money,' I'd say you're nuts and anyone advising you is nuts."