NBA commish wants to raise age limit, calls one-and-done 'a disaster'
The Adam Silver era of the NBA officially began this month, and one of the hot issues on the new commissioner's docket is the age limit for players entering the league. The current limit of 19 years old, or one year removed from high school graduation, has resulted in the "one-and-done" phenomenon in college basketball. Many college coaches would like to see the eligibility rules change for the professional ranks, and Silver has said that he is hoping to raise the age limit by one year. (CBS Sports
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