One and dones returning versus G League option

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  1. #46

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldercoach View Post
    Maybe I don't have a full handle on the G League, but can someone tell me the benefits of a marginal one and done staying for a second year versus taking the risk of making a G League roster. Would one develop better in a premier college program versus the G League? As I understand, mimimum contract of $75,000 in G League versus the 2nd year college experience. Just asking, cause I am suspecting a lot of non-draftable level players heading this direction versus returning for a 2nd/3rd year of college i.e. (Washington, Gabriel and maybe even Green). If immediate money and maximum development are the keys, I could see the G League as being pretty attractive.
    I think the NBA's decision to force players to play at least 1 year out of high school somewhere other than the NBA tells you all you need to know about this. I truly believe they think so.
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  2. #47

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack The Knife View Post
    Darius Bazley, McDonald’s All American, has decommitted from Syracuse and will play in the G League.
    He has decided to skip the G league. He will work on his game with skills trainers and go into the 2019 NBA draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelPops View Post
    He has decided to skip the G league. He will work on his game with skills trainers and go into the 2019 NBA draft.
    I don't know his circumstances personally, but I wish he would have just gone to college and enjoy a year of campus life.

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