College Basketball: The 10 Worst One-and-Done Players in the Last 10 Years

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College Basketball: The 10 Worst One-and-Done Players in the Last 10 Years
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The "one and done" has become the trendy decision for elite talent no longer able to bypass the NCAA to make the jump to the league.

They storm college basketball for a single, often stellar season and then choose to make themselves eligible for the NBA draft after their freshman season, hence the term "one and done."

There has been a fair share of successes in Derrick Rose, Kevin Durant, Tyreke Evans and Kevin Love, but you don’t often hear about the guys who didn’t pan out. They become cautionary tales of how leaving college play prematurely can hinder your potential development and NBA impact.

This could very well become a critical issue in the next NBA collective bargaining agreement, as it has been rumored the league might push for a two-season minimum before eligible.

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