How early is too early to start treating young athletes like professionals? When they're in college or high school? How about middle, or elementary school-- or even younger?
The youth sports industry, valued at $15 billion, is forcing parents to think about that question more and more.
Sean Gregory is a senior writer with Time magazine; he's written about the sudden growth of the kids' sports industry, and how it's affecting families. These include families like Brandon Owens'. Owens lives in LA, and his nine-year old son, King-Riley Owens, is rated as a five-star recruit by the National Youth Basketball Report.
Take Two host A Martínez spoke with Gregory and Owens about the changes in the youth sports industry. To listen to the full interview, use the blue media player above.