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Nov 14, 17, 07:04 PM #31
He could sport an eye patch and average a double-doubleAdvertisement
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Nov 26, 17, 11:01 PM #38
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from personal experience... When GT believes in a player like this, he’s right.
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Bagley is a freak.
Nov 26, 17, 11:09 PM #39
Point being, scouting Bagley at 15 years old wasn't hard. That dude was always different than everyone else on the floor...
Nov 27, 17, 12:12 AM #40Averaged 27.3 points and 15 boards this week. Stud...
Nov 27, 17, 09:45 AM #41Question:
This is related to the one and done College/NBA rule that is soon to be waived.
Though it would be extremely rare, if this kid or any kid with exceptional talent just possibly had what it took to play in the NBA at say 15, 16, or 17 what would stop them from doing so?
Theoretically they could be schooled on the road, and they'd certainly have the $$$ to pay a private tutor.
Child actors and entertainers are able to perform well before they graduate from high school, and are often times home schooled, or on the road when touring.
Though not advisable to forego one's education, technically (if I'm not mistaken) legally kids only have to go to school until they are 16, and then can opt to dropout.
Some could say that being around adults, and perhaps some of their adult partying might not be a good influence, but nothing says they will hang with the other dudes in their off time, and who knows the experience of playing high level ball could advance their toughness to be succeeding in the game well before most their age.
What say you... If they can, should they be allowed to?
Nov 28, 17, 08:09 AM #42