The NBA has submitted a formal proposal to the National Basketball Players Association to lower the draft age for the league to 18, USA Today reports. The publication, which cited an anonymous source that has “knowledge of the proposal,” added that it’s the “first step in formal negotiations to lower the age limit by the 2022 draft.”
The current draft-eligible age is 19. Continue reading NBA Submits Proposal to Lower Draft Age to 18 →
The NBA Draft ain’t like it used to be. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s also not necessarily a good thing. It’s just the nature of the beast.
Continue reading It Ain’t Easy Being a Top Draft Pick →
When the 2016 NBA Draft takes place next month, there’s a very good chance former Kansas player Brannen Greene’s name will not be called. Greene surprised a lot of people when he declared for the draft this spring despite not playing much at Kansas last season—he averaged just 5.4 points and 2.1 rebounds per game in 12.4 minutes of action as a junior—and he’s likely going to go undrafted. But something tells us he’s not going to care much if that happens.
Continue reading NBA Draft Prospect Nearly Dies After Uber Explodes →
As the projected number 1 NBA Draft pick and the possibility of a$100 million sneaker deal on the table, LSU forward Ben Simmons has a lot of options on the table. It was to no surprise when the 6-foot-10 Australian player announced entering the Draft after one semester at LSU, but what isn’t so clear is who he’ll sign with.
Continue reading LSU Tigers’ Ben Simmons Hints at Signing a Deal With adidas →