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Over the past six years in the NBA there has been a new type of style and attitude in the game of basketball Much is due to the fact that too many kids are going straight to the NBA from high school At first it was accepted to go to the NBA in such a way because the kids that came from high school actually were talented enough to play with other caliber athletes Now it seems these teenagers good or bad are going to NBA just to collect Most of the people jumping ship are mediocre and cannot handle the physical play of the sport The NBA should prohibit the players to come right from high school because the kids can ruin their lives not achieve a spot on a team and make the sport look bad When these kids skip college for the NBA they are losing an education beyond high school Perhaps they get severely injured and never play the sport again what do they have to fall back on Sure they will be wealthy for a short time but as soon as the money runs out these guys will not know what to do If these players would have gotten college educations then they might have a profession after basketball that pays well Instead they will be working small time less paying jobs Also with more and more high school players coming to the NBA there are even more foreign athletes joining the league So when these high school players declare for the draft they become ineligible to play at college Say they dont get drafted and dont get signed to a team What are they going to do Sure they can go to college but they cant play basketball Now it will be even harder to get into the NBA now than it was before With competition coming from all over the world these days a kid coming out of
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