It’s been predicted by the NBA Commissioner Adam Silver that the very famous rule which made NBA stars play for their college for at least a year could be dropped. The rule known as the one and done rule might just lose steam till 2022. Silver has admitted that they have been talking about it with the league and Players Association and discussion have been taking place about a lot of issues. He still feels that both sides are still a couple of years far from taking this decision.
NBA One and Done rule: What the commissioner believes
Silver thinks that the 2022 draft due date is the perfect timing because the students and the unions need time to adapt. He is aware of the fact that bringing the date any closer would be disastrous for the people who have just recently made exchanged including the people picked by the draft.
Silver concedes that about just 50% of the alliance’s groups are open to inviting players coming straight out of secondary school.
You could argue that in the pure self-interest of the NBA, we’re better being at 19 or 20,
In the event that you ask an NBA GM who needs to scout those players and settle on an extremely troublesome choice on who they should draft, as a rule, they would much rather observe that player having gone up against the first-rate rivalry in school for a long time or even three years than just in secondary school, where it’s progressively hard to tell.
It’s hard, I think, if you’re that parent or guardian to say to that player, it’s more important that you go to three more classes as opposed to prepare for a really important decision,
I think that’s where the hypocrisy lies.