The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association have reportedly set their sights on 2022 as the target date to end the one-and-done rule.

Per ESPN.com's Adrian Wojnarowski and Jonathan Givony, the NBA and the players union have resumed talks in recent weeks in an attempt to change the league's minimum-age requirement to 18 years old before the 2022 draft.

Talks for changing the NBA's current one-and-done rule have been ongoing and, apparently, slow-moving to this point.

Wojnarowski reported last April the league and players were discussing a potential change that targeted 2020 as the earliest possible date for high schoolers to enter the draft.