No, NBA commish Adam Silver won't kill 'one-and-done' in college game

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has indicated the league soon will remove the rule that requires athletes to be 19 years old and a year removed from high school graduation before entering the draft. That will not end “one-and-done”, though, because players still will be rolling into college, playing a single year, and entering the NBA draft at season's end. (Sporting News)

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