Sealing the Draft
A new rule nobody wants to talk about could keep teenagers out of the NBA.
Updated: March 19, 2003, 1:48 PM ETBy Chad Ford
All signs point to a deal between commissioner David Stern and Players Association executive director Billy Hunter to create a 20-year-old age limit for the 2004 draft. Despite denials, a deal could be struck in May when both sides begin talks on extending the collective bargaining agreement.
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