The NBA could be one step closer to changing its heavily debated "one-and-done" rule.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and NBPA executive director Michele Roberts met with the Commission on College Basketball Thursday to discuss possible changes. There is reportedly momentum heading toward at least "reshaping" the current rule.

In its current form, players are only eligible for the NBA draft after they are one year removed from high school. The result is many players competing for one season at the college level before leaving for the NBA draft.

The rule change came in 2006 after stars like Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James entered the league directly from high school.