Not all early entries made an NBA roster (but it's not a big issue)
Tue Oct 29, 2013
27 of the 47 prospects who entered the NBA Draft early actually ended up on an NBA roster, another nine (that's 36) knew they never would, and Deshaun Thomas is making bank in Europe (that's 37). That means no more than 10 players could reasonably regret their decisions to leave college, and I bet the number is actually lower. And, either way, I'm just not sure something that affects 10 people a year in a Division I sport with around 4,000 players is worth worrying too much about.
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