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    EllaApr 26, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    your logic is backward if a guy skips clogele and gets hurt as a rookie if he is a top 5 pick he will have made 9-12 million dollars in guaranteed salary not to mention endorsements he will be set for life and be able to pay for a clogele education if he so chooses on the other hand if a guy suffers a catastrophic injury in clogele he wont ever be able to go pro i don’t know how many clogele grads make 12 million in their lifetimes nonetheless at 18 or 19. the fact of the matter is clogele will always be there for a guy who wants to get an education the nba is far from promised. besides the fact that the guys who could go right out of high school are gonna turn pro asap whatever the minimum is so school is just something they need to do to play ball really how many 1or2and done players are there to get a degree less than 5% prob. if a guy has the skill to go pro right out of HS he should be allowed.

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