The NBA's so-called "one-and-done" rule--a kid has to be 19 before he can play pro ball--has come under fire since its inception. It was set up to eliminate the growing phenomenon of a decade ago wherein high school seniors were jumping straight to the league.
It was a good type of game to win. Kentucky was playing a good Missouri team that was trying to prove it could beat a team on the road that wasn't woeful Mississippi State (7-19). But in the meantime, Kentucky was trying to prove that it could beat a team that was going to the NCAA Tournament.
I think ESPN senior writer Andy Katz is one of the best sports analysts in the business. So I'm very fortunate that he covers college basketball. As a college hoops junkie, I could talk for hours with this guy.
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