Who the hell is Swaggy P?
Anyway, good luck with that. Neither the players nor the owners would want relegation. The owners hate it because of the potential of decreased revenue if their team is relegated to some B division and the players don't like it because nobody wants to start their career in some minor league (that's basically the purpose that college ball serves now) or have the prospect of being relegated hanging over their heads. Adam Silver can't just say they're implementing a relegation system. It has to be worked into the next CBA, which has to be agreed upon by all parties. Mark Cuban's comments about developing the D-League were pretty interesting, but we're still a long way from seeing something like that come to fruition.
I'm sure the draft system will be re-worked at some point, but relegation will never see the light of day in the NBA (or any of the other big 4 American professional sports leagues).
I think you misunderstood me, but essentially we're on the same page. Players would be ok with either 1 year in college OR a 2nd division, but not both. Relegation can't simply be introduced on top of the current system of players having to play one year in college at minimum before they can enter the draft. They lose too much earnings potential in that situation.
But either way, you're not getting your wish of relegation because it'll never make it into a CBA with all the resistance it faces. Keep white-knighting, though.