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NBA Age Rule More Harm Than Good

NBA Age Rule More Harm Than Good | college athletes should stay in school for four years | Scoop.it
In the summer of 2005, NBA commissioner David Stern was terrified. The steady onrush of high school players into the NBA—triggered by Kevin Garnett 's leap in 1995—was ...
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This is a credible source because it has many of experts documenting stories on their sport of expertise.  I will use this article to prove how the one and done rule is hurting the NBA and college game. Also how tell how it is in the best interest of the players to stay in college for a full 4 years.

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College basketball faces questions as attendance tumbles

College basketball faces questions as attendance tumbles | college athletes should stay in school for four years | Scoop.it
NCAAs remain relevant despite dip in attendance.
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This is a credible source because this is a major news website that gives a lot of up to date news on not only sports but otoher news too. I will use this to show how attendence at basketball games has gone down due to the lack of skill of the players.  All the good players leave for the NBA forcing not as skilled players play in place of them.

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Medcalf: Roots of one-and-done rule run deep

Medcalf: Roots of one-and-done rule run deep | college athletes should stay in school for four years | Scoop.it
In the first part of a two-day examination of the NBA's so-called one-and-done rule, ESPN.com takes a look at this history of the league's age requirements and how we got to this point.
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This is a reliable website because it is a nationally used website used specificallly for sports. The author is an ESPN basketball expert and analyst. I will use this site to prove that college players who are not ready for the NBA but still leave early, are hurting the NBA and NCAA.

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Charles Barkley: Players Leaving School Early Killing NBA | SportsGrid

Charles Barkley: Players Leaving School Early Killing NBA | SportsGrid | college athletes should stay in school for four years | Scoop.it
Count basketball analyst Charles Barkley among those who say college players should stay in school.
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This is a credible site because it is a major sports website for up to date news and info.  I will use this site by examing the opinions of Charles Barkley and what his views are on my topic

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Overall NCAA tourney TV ratings down from last year

Overall NCAA tourney TV ratings down from last year | college athletes should stay in school for four years | Scoop.it
UPDATE, 12:15 p.m. ET: The fast ratings for the title game differed from the overnight ratings in a big way. Kentucky-Kansas earned a 12.3 rating, the highest mark since the 2005 title game.
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This site is credible because NBC is a major news website for various info.  I will use this site to prove that more games are one sided due to the fact that schools allow their kids to leave early making the team worse.

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John Feinstein Blog: One-And-Done College Basketball Players Aren’t ‘Student-Athletes’ - The John Feinstein Show - CBS Sports Radio

John Feinstein Blog: One-And-Done College Basketball Players Aren’t ‘Student-Athletes’ - The John Feinstein Show - CBS Sports Radio | college athletes should stay in school for four years | Scoop.it
John Feinstein believes it's ridiculous to consider one-and-done college basket players
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This is a credible source because the author of the blog, John Feinstein, is an expert analyst and has covered a lot of college basketball. I will use this source to describe how the level of play in the NCAA has dropped in recent years.

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Both the NBA and the NCAA Want to Keep Athletes in College for Too Long

Both the NBA and the NCAA Want to Keep Athletes in College for Too Long | college athletes should stay in school for four years | Scoop.it
The organizations want to make players wait an extra year before they can go pro.
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This is a credible source because the author Allen Barra for this article is also an author for Wall Street Journal. This makes him credible because that is a major source for news. I will use this source by using information by citing facts for why college athletes must stay in college for 4 years.

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