NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has never been one adverse to change since he took over that role from David Stern. For the most part, it has helped the Association move on from a bygone era that saw popularity dwindle. We can conclude the on-court product has played a role in this, but Silver’s leadership has also been a strong point for the NBA. It now looks like Silver himself is prepared to rethink the entire one-and-done rule that forces prospects to play one season of college basketball before entering the NBA Draft. In fact, Silver himself got into deep detail about the rule in a recent appearance on The Herd with Colin Cowherd. There’s a whole heck of a lot to look at here. First off, Silver made sure to note that he and Michele Roberts, executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, agreed to put this on the back burner as the two sides worked out their recently agreed to collective bargaining agreement.
Adam Silver: NBA rethinking one-and-done rule
Sportsnaut | May 31