The injury to Kentucky center Nerlens Noel brought to the forefront an ever-present argument concerning college hoops and pro eligibility. The current one-and-done system forces at least one year of post-high school activity before going to the pros. Most players since the rule's introduction have opted to go to college for one year and then jump to the NBA. The option to play overseas is also there as well, a route that Brandon Jennings took before being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks. Although not ideal, a player could also simply sit out a year and train on his own.
Noel was arguably the top prospect for the 2013 NBA Draft before tearing his ACL. The injury knocks ...
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