Hoops: Five Burning Questions
What was the most impactful moment of the 2000s in high school hoops?
In 2005, the NBA and the Players Association agreed to a new age rule, requiring players to be 19 years old and one year removed from high school, as part of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. The rule ended a lot more than just high school players jumping straight to the NBA. It put an end to NBA scouts appearing in high school gyms and evaluating potential draftees who play levels below professional ranks, dealing with high ...
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