By Matt Slocum, Associated PressCollege basketball is a sport that’s often dominated by athletes.
And in recent years, a number of college basketball teams have tried to turn the tide by creating their own bylaws.
The Golden State Warriors, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the University of Louisville, the Kentucky Wildcats, and others all have adopted a “student-centered” bylaw that requires all students to wear a “social media” wristband.
Some colleges also have rules on how the band is to be worn and when.
But the idea of allowing a student to wear the band outside of class was something none of the organizations did.
The idea started with a Facebook group, “Bring Your Wristband to the Table,” in 2014.
As a result, more than 10,000 people have joined the group since, according to the group’s Facebook page.
That group also has its own bylaw, which is similar to what the Golden State team has adopted.
The team says it was inspired to create the bylaw after seeing some of the students who use Facebook have trouble with the rules.
The students told The Associated Press they were having trouble getting into classes.
“We are hearing a lot of feedback that the wristbands are not the right thing to wear to the class and to the school,” coach Mike Krzyzewski said.
“The idea that if you’re going to be wearing the wristband to school, you’re probably not going to want to wear it to a different class.”
“It just made sense for us,” Krzywyski said.
The Warriors and Cavaliers have created bylaws that explicitly forbid students from wearing the band at all.
The Cavaliers have also instituted a “code of conduct” for the team, which requires students to attend mandatory online lectures, participate in team social media sessions, and refrain from wearing band to school.
The team also said it will be “conducting our own internal review” of its bylaws, which will include reviewing whether to remove band restrictions from the game and whether to change the name of the team to the “Warriors Warriors Basketball” or “Warrior Warriors Basketball Camp.”
The Warriors have created a similar code of conduct for its students, who are required to wear wristbands in the gym.
The Warriors also have a student-led committee that reviews bylaws at the start of each school year and reviews the bylaws again after a new year.
In 2016, the Cavaliers had a similar bylaw and have been working to implement it for a number, including the 2017-18 school year.
The NBA has a similar “Student-Centered Policy,” which mandates that students wear wristband at all times while at the school and has a team that reviews and changes the bylaws each school spring.
A number of NBA teams have also adopted the concept of student-driven bylaws during the offseason.
The Charlotte Bobcats recently introduced a student initiative called “We’re All Warriors” to help promote the team’s positive image.
The NBA’s rules governing players and coaches can be found on its website.