If you were unaware, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments today from the NCAA’s attorneys and representatives fighting for athletes’ rights and Name, Image and Likeness.

The court is set to make a ruling on the case, referred to as National Collegiate Athletic Association v. Alston, on July, 1.

Following the oral arguments from both parties, the NCAA released the following statement:

“We are grateful to the Court for the opportunity to present our case. Today, we believe we demonstrated why, under antitrust laws, the NCAA should have ample latitude to ensure college sports are played by student-athletes and not paid professionals. As we argued, the lower court decision encourages judicial micromanagement, invites never-ending litigation as the NCAA seeks to improve the college athletic experience, and threatens the critical distinction between professional and college sports. We look forward to the Court’s decision.”

To no surprise, the NCAA is getting hammered following its appearance at the Supreme Court.