In professional sports today, there is a rule that goes largely unnoticed even though it could possibly affect the income of many athletes across the country. It is a rule that was once non-existent in the NBA and has been a topic of controversy for the NFL in recent years. It is one that, had it not been in effect (or had been in effect in the NBA’s case) would have affected the careers of players such as Jadeveon Clowney, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Kevin Garnett. Simply put, the NBA and the NFL should adopt the draft entry rules of the MLB and allow high school players to enter the draft. Not only is it not fair for these leagues to put restraints on when athletes can start providing for their families, but it also tears apart the college game, especially for basketball. Continue reading Why Don’t We Let The Kids Play?