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Chasing a Dream: Merits of Prep-to-Pro NBA Hopefuls

Recently, NBA Commissioner David Stern and Dallas Mavericks‘ Owner Marc Cuban spoke out for raising the current NBA age minimum (19 years of age and one year removed the date of the players high-school class graduation) that allows perspective players to enter the NBA. Etan Thomas, an NBA veteran of 11 season, provided a rebuttal to Stern’s and Cuban’s arguments via an article on ESPN.
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