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Alternatives to the One-and-Done Rule in the NBA
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The one-and-done rule is a contentious point of debate for fans of professional and collegiate basketball, and rightfully so.

With the NCAA currently serving as nothing more than a free feeder system for the NBA, should there be new rules in place that focus more on the development of players through the pro ranks in a bona fide minor league system? 

There's no denying that the NBA would benefit from a more legitimate minor league system, but the development of the D-League in recent years has been encouraging.

What follows is a variety of suggested alternatives to the NBA's current one-and-done rule, several of which implement some expanded use of the D-League.  

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