The NBA's One-and-Done Rule
Part 1: Is It Safe To Trust The Kids?
Seven years ago, at the behest of my Trinidadian friend Troy, I joined a 12-team fantasy basketball league that I imagine to be eerily similar to ones across the nation, with one delightful exception: except for two other American interlopers, the league is entirely populated by a combination of Troy's relatives, friends, and acquaintances who were born on various islands in the Caribbean. I mention this because, with diverse backgrounds come diverse perspectives. So unsurprisingly, while Troy and I agree on most subjects, one particular American institution represents a perpetual bone of contention: college basketball.
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