Adam Silver Says NBA Is Ready To Change "One And Done" Rule

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Adam Silver Says NBA Is Ready To Change "One And Done" Rule
Adam Silver Says NBA Is Ready To Change "One And Done" Rule

Ryan Mayer The NBA's so called “one and done” rule that requires players to be one year removed from high school to be eligible to enter the NBA Draft looks to be on its way out. In a press conference in Las Vegas, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver told reporters that the league is ready to change the rule. The conversation about changing the rule has intensified in the last year in the wake of the college basketball scandal involving FBI indictments of several assistant coaches and shoe company executives. The rule has been in place since 2006 following several drafts where many of the high school players selected struggled in the league. However, it has become apparent in recent years that many

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