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Mousse Cisse, PF, CTK, Queens, NY 1 month 3 weeks ago #297797

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Mousse Cisse, PF, CTK, Queens, NY 1 month 3 weeks ago #297798

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Typo on first name, should be Moussa, sorry.
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Mousse Cisse, PF, CTK, Queens, NY 1 month 3 weeks ago #297804

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Mousse Cisse, PF, CTK, Queens, NY 1 month 3 weeks ago #297833

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He looks like a young Patrick Ewing

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Mousse Cisse, PF, CTK, Queens, NY 1 month 3 weeks ago #298267

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He might not ever play in a college game as many expect the NBA to eliminate the age rule and allow players to be eligible for the draft immediately out of High School beginning with the 2021 draft..
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Mousse Cisse, PF, CTK, Queens, NY 1 month 3 weeks ago #298270

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I know it has been discussed here before (yes, I am talking to you Moose), but the NBA should adopt the NHL rule regarding drafted players.

Draft them and allow them to go back to college and play major minutes there. I think it is a win-win. At least the team can be honest to its player and tell them what is better for them in the long-term.
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Mousse Cisse, PF, CTK, Queens, NY 1 month 3 weeks ago #298324

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kranmars wrote: I know it has been discussed here before (yes, I am talking to you Moose), but the NBA should adopt the NHL rule regarding drafted players.

Draft them and allow them to go back to college and play major minutes there. I think it is a win-win. At least the team can be honest to its player and tell them what is better for them in the long-term.


I'm waiting for the call from Adam Silver. I will take minimal royalties.
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Mousse Cisse, PF, CTK, Queens, NY 1 month 2 weeks ago #298450

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Just to add, this will also help the college game. It will keep players in college based on what the NBA team recommends. Some kids require more than one year of development.

And players may opt to remain a bit longer if they are given that security. Both developmentally and financially.

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