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David Stern would like the NBA to go to a two-and-done NBA draft philosophy


Just because it's a tired topic doesn't mean it's ever going away, not until it changes. And then we can bicker and argue about it all over again, but in a sort-of brand-new way. I'm referring to the one thing that links college basketball and the NBA together for better -- but mostly for worse. The one-and-done rule. It's the NBA's rule, but the league's commissioner hardly heartily backs the philosophy. That's because he wants another year tacked on. (CBS Sports)


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