"Any time you have someone come in who the NCAA wants to call a student athlete, and the fact is they only have to stay eligible for a short period of time in order to play basketball and then leave straight for the NBA, it makes a mockery of higher education."
KEVIN BLACKISTONE, Professor of Sports Journalism, University of Maryland
Debating the NBA’s One-and-Done rule, which requires players to be 19 and just one year out of high school before going pro.
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