How to develop the next wave of stars without the NCAA

The role of the G League, and other topics

The end to one-and-done. Many of the biggest stars have entered the NBA straight out of high school: LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett – even Moses Malone, dating back to 1974, when he joined the ABA’s Utah Stars as a 19-year-old big man from Petersburgh High School in Virginia. Now that movement is about to be renewed.

“My personal view is that w…

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