Jeremy Tyler, seen here at the LeBron James Skills Academy, announced this week that he will forego his senior year of high school to play overseas. Photo: highschoolhoop.com
David Stern was met with fierce opposition when he ruled that players had to be a year out of high school before entering the NBA.
Coaches, including then Texas Tech head Bobby Knight, argued that the age-minimum hurt the college game because there would be too many “one-and-dones,” and NBA players said it was unfair to make more-than-ready high schoolers wait an extra year to accomplish their dreams. Read More »