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Question of the day: Are stories about a player's struggles with emotional and/or substance issues news?

With Michael Beasley in mind, is there a line to be drawn in terms of privacy? Secondary question: If his problem developed in college, what responsibility if any does the NCAA have for this sad development and if it is obvious that a player is pro-bound, is it in his best interest to go to a program that has this specific fact in mind in terms of preparing him for pro life?

While you're at it, here's a video of Erin McKeown to keep you entertained:

Here's wishing the best for Beasley.

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