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One and Done
Transcript of One and Done
Pros and Cons
John Calipari speaks on the matter
One and DONE
Drafted 1st round 13th pick by the Charlotte Hornets straight out of high school didn't attend college.
1x MVP 5x NBA Champion 2x Finals MVP
4x All-Star MVP 11x 1st team NBA
11x NBA All defensive player
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
NBA Draft Elgibility Rules
Drafted 1st round 1st pick by the Cleveland cavaliers straight out of high school did not attend college.
4x MVP 2X NBA Champion 2x Finals MVP
1x Rookie of the Year 7x 1st team NBA
5X NBA All Defensive 1st team 2x All Star MVP
One and Done
A player who is or will be at least 19 years of age during the calendar year in which the Draft is held,
With respect to a player who is not an international player
at least one NBA Season has elapsed since the player’s graduation from high school or, if the player did not graduate from high school, since the graduation of the class with which the player would have graduated.
Helps bring in more college basketball fans because top players don't have much choice but to go to college.
Serious risk of career ending injury with minimum insurance from NCAA
Basketball programs are forced to rebuild every year when star players leave
Players get a higher education because of one and done rule
What is your View ?
Drafted 1st round 1st pick by the Portland Trailblazers and attended Ohio State.
Had knee surgery before rookie NBA season due to injury sustained playing in college
Played only 82 games in 2 seasons with Portland due to injury
Currently signed with Miami Heat
Drafted 1st round 6th pick by the New Orleans pelicans played one year at the university of Kentucky
Has missed entire rookie season due to knee injury sustained during college season.
Projected to have gone first round in draft if went straight out of high school.
What is One and Done ?
Top high school basketball players go to Division I College and universities for one year to become eligible for the NBA Draft
Mean Machine View
We feel that the rule that you have to be 19 years old should be taken out. It is hurting players and putting extra wear and tear on them that could lead to a serious injury that hurts there NBA career chances. Many great NBA players have came into the league at 18 and are now Hall of Famer's or headed to the Hall of Fame.