The nba has always attracted one and done players, often after incredibly successful freshman seasons make them attractive to pro teams and recruiters.
The first decade of the nba's controversial draft eligibility rule as viewed from three vantage points: from the league, across the ncaa and by the players. For basketball fans, few things are more controversial than the so-called one and done rule allowing young players to enter the nba draft after just one year of college play. Nba one-and-done rule change reportedly won't happen until 2020 at the earliest the nba is the only one who can end the controversial one-and-done, but everybody will have to wait a little longer.
The one-and-done rule is disliked by both college basketball and nba fans for pushing players through a system they don't want to be in it's something that's needed a change for a long time now. The one-and-done rule is reportedly not mentioned by name, but the memo serves as a reminder to teams that the league and players union could change the rule before the current collective.
Nba commissioner adam silver said there is growing support to eliminate the current one-and-done rule, which would allow players to enter the league at 18. The one-and-done rule mandates that to be eligible to enter the nba draft, a player must be one year removed from high school this typically forces otherwise unwilling participants to go to.
The nba is the only one who can end the controversial one-and-done, but everybody will have to wait a little longer the nba's one-and-done rule could finally be reaching an end commissioner adam. The nba opted to keep the one-and-done rule for the foreseeable future however, the rule impacts the quality of sec basketball in general.