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January 13, 2007



Is part of the issue with age limitations the promotion of talent in the NBA? High school players, outside of LeBron James, are virtual unknowns. So it becomes hard to promote these players when a lottery team adds such a talent to their roster. A year in college gives these players much needed publicity, thus making the promotion of talent easier.

Of course, attendance is about wins, not star power. But from the league's perspective, and it is at the league level this policy is set, star power is important. And high school players do not have star appeal.

All that being said, I tend to think the race argument has something to it as well.

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If you are really a great basketball player you will be discover, especially if you were in the US, You don't need to go college for you to get discover..

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