In case you haven’t noticed, this whole Derrick Rose-SAT story has taken over the Interwebs these past few weeks. It came as no surprise to many because, let’s be honest, the NBA’s ‘one-and-done’ rule has forced kids to attend college with no intention of becoming a serious student.
So on this Thursday morning, we’d like to open the floor for discussion and get your take on a couple of questions:
- Should the NBA’s rule that a prospect must be one year removed from high school before becoming eligible for the draft be changed?
- If you think the rule should be changed, what would be your recommendation? And if you’re willing to defend the rule, we’d like to hear your thoughts on that, too.