NBA Commissioner Adam Silver seems determined to change the one-and-done rule in college basketball where players have to play one year for a school before jumping to the NBA.

“It’s clear a change will come,” said Silver on ESPN’s “Mike & Mike” on Monday morning. “It’s clearly not working for the college game.”

Up through 2005, high school players were permitted to forego college and enter the NBA Draft. Some of the best players the game has ever seen came to the league straight out of high school.

Kevin Garnett essentially pioneered the wave back in 1995, and guys like Kobe Bryant, Tracy McGrady and LeBron James followed.