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Should High School Basketball Players Be Able To Get Drafted Into The NBA If They Are Good Enough?

Asked by: Maxissoawesome
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    Getting paid at the age of 18 for an athletes that is very good is a big deal and will help the careers of a lot of athletes. It would be amazing if the NBA (National Basketball Association) could bring that back and possible make money or will lose money.

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  • Make your dream come true

    Teachers/parents say to follow your dream but when it comes to athletes they say have a plan B because it's not going to work. Everyone on this site that said no I'm going to prove y'all wrong i'm 13 now give me 6 years I'm going to be in the NBA . My name is Travis Jones

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  • They're Adults Now

    An eighteen year old should take advantage of the opportunity to pursue their dreams. NCAA basketball has been tainted by players who could care less about being at Kentucky, etc. for a year. They don't want to be at that level. If they end up being busts, they end up being busts...But guess what? They get multi-million dollar contracts regardless. If they're skilled enough, they'll have a viable career. High school players should be guided and advised to go to school first to prepare...But let them choose what's best for them. The NBA shouldn't run their lives. That's not right.

  • Yes they should because

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  • I think they should

    No matter how good someone is they should have a shot at playing basketball. I would agree with this, since if they are good enough, they should be able to advance in their career. If a player is truly good enough coming out of high school to play in the NBA then why should a spot in college be wasted on a student who already knows that he will eventually be in the NBA (In this scenario after one year in college).

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  • College teaches critical thought and maybe some skills that will enhance their lives and help their decision making capacity in or out of the NBA.

    It sets a bad example and if the NBA offers the lure of big money, what 18 year old will choose the long route? If they are injured or do not produce the way everyone expects, they are uneducated and broke and washed up before many of their peers are even starting post college careers. It also makes it difficult for excellent athletes who choose to stay in college a few years or perhaps graduate, to get a fair shake at the draft after all they've used up some years that the NBA could have profited from them. What about the would-be high school basketball stars who see the seniors lured to NBA with easy money,? Do they give up on applying themselves seriously in school, because they think it won't matter? What if it does? Even among the best, a long NBA career is still a long shot. The ones who do "make it" are also setting an example for other children. What example do you want for yours?

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  • No definitely not.

    They need college .It helps in so many ways. They need the experience and maturity. College helps them have an idea of how hard it is and to work hard. They might lack communication skills. They also need to be mentally prepared. They have no idea how big of a leap it is from high school to pros. Its like climbing a flight of stairs that is missing a big step.

  • Threat of Horrific Injury

    If a high school star were to be drafted to the NBA, and just so happened to get playing time, what if someone were to fall on his knee and its unrepairable, then he is out of a career, jumping into the real world, with only a high school diploma, and no money at all. Now he is messed up for life.

  • Need to go to college

    It is very important for students to get to experience college, rather than taking one giant leap from high school level ball to NBA level ball. It is very important that high schoolers take the step up to college, then NBA. High schoolers should be able to live a normal highschool life.

  • No go through college

    While they may be the best player since magic Johnson or Michael Jordan future NBA players should go to college. By going through college high school players refine their skills and get better. If they went straight to the pros they would be shaky and not seasoned. Also by going college they would be able to get a education and become smart and prepared for their careers after the NBA. We should not have a bunch of people without degrees roaming around becoming parts of out liberal welfare system.


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