205 players have declared early for the NBA draft- not counting seniors

Livingat45north

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Why not declare for the draft? There really isn't any downside. Make sure you communicate with your coach that you're going to pull your name so you don't cause issue there, and you're set. You'll get feedback from the NBA.
 

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Why not declare for the draft? There really isn't any downside. Make sure you communicate with your coach that you're going to pull your name so you don't cause issue there, and you're set. You'll get feedback from the NBA.
If only it ended up like that for more than a few.
 

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Tens of thousands of college students don’t come back the next year every year.
personal choice.

interesting observation but I’m not sure how to regulate things to force people to go to college for four years. Nor do I think you should.
 

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Maybe I was just naive when I was younger, but it sure seems like players hate college more than ever.
I doubt many of the players today who are playing only one year would have played at all in the past. The one year done and out really changed things. College was never on their horizon then. I always wonder how weak the college load really is for these one and done players.
 
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