College basketball is done, and that means a massive exodus of freshman leaving school after one year to the NBA. Many look at college as a one-year annoyance, and allowing prospects to enter the NBA directly from high school would benefit colleges who wouldn't have to deal with the headache of an unengaged player. Still, the rule gives players a chance to develop before playing in the NBA, and the sport has benefitted from the star power. What do you think? 🏀
Is the 'one-and-done' rule good for college basketball?
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