The Give & Go with Khari and Theo: LaVinesanity and fixing the NBA age limit
By KHARI THOMPSON and BRANDON THEO DORSEY
College Contributor Network
Currently, to enter the NBA draft a player must be 19 years old and one year removed from high school, but there are heavy talks by NBA commissioner Adam Silver to push the age limit up to 20, forcing most players to spend at least two years in the NCAA.
Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine, who just awed America as he revitalized the dunk contest, is only 19.
Khari and Theo discuss whether or not changing the age limit is a smart idea and offer different fixes for the NBA that will be mutually beneficial for the young men and the game of basketball.
Khari Thompson is a sophomore at Hampton University, who hails from Boston, MA. Majoring in Broadcast Journalism, Khari is the play-by-play voice of Hampton Lady Pirates basketball. Follow him on Twitter: @thatkidchief
Brandon Theo Dorsey is a senior Broadcast Journalism major and Leadership Studies minor at Hampton University. He is a native of Missouri City, Texas and a proud Miami Heat fan since 2005 -- with pictures to prove it. Unless you're a Knicks fan, follow him on Twitter: @BrandonTheoD