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"One and Done" to be replaced by "Two and Through"?


Here's a blurb from a story on Yahoo Sports by Mark J. Spears dated April 8:

"Several high-ranking NBA team executives told Yahoo! Sports they wouldn’t be surprised if the age limit in the new CBA is pushed to two years in college and 20 years old by the end of that calendar year. One NBA general manager says about two-thirds of teams are in favor of that change. The current CBA states that an American must be out of high school for at least one year and be 19 years old by the end of that calendar year before entering the draft."

I know that there are a lot of people who have given this subject a lot of thought, and who probablly have well reasoned opinions as to what this would mean to UCLA if it is true.  Then there are others who are waiting for "I'll Stay For Three, then I Won't Play for Free."  I personally am holding out for "In College for Four then we Show You the Door."  (Or something like that.) 

Although they should have nothing at all to say on the issue, I wouldn't be surprised if somehow morgan off-center screws this up.

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