Kevin Garnett is one of the more famous players to jump from high school to the NBA. He made the jump at a time where it was still considered rare for prospects and only something once-in-a-generation talents could succeed doing. Of course, 10 years later it was so common the NBA decided they had to make a rule against it. In a Q&A with Bleacher Report, Garnett was asked about the possibility of the one-and-done rule coming to an end. He's one of the more famous to do it so it's expected he'd have an opinion on the topic. Surprisingly, he's not very optimistic about the future of the rule. No, I don't see the rule changing. And if I do see the rule changing, the rule is going to be changed not for the betterment of college [players]. I think they would try to get the kids to stay a little longer.
Kevin Garnett doesn't expect a one-and-done rule change to help the NBA
CBS Sports | Nov 21