Add Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to the list of NBA folks that would like to see college basketball players stay in school longer than one year.
Before the start of the Mavericks' game Wednesday night in Dallas, Cuban said he'd like to see players forced to wait three years after high school before becoming eligible for the NBA draft.
"It's not even so much about lottery busts," Cuban told The Dallas Morning News. "It's about kids lives that were ruining. Even if youre a first-round pick and you have three years of guaranteed money -- or two years now of guaranteed money -- then what? Because if youre a bust and it turns out you just cant play in the NBA, your 'rocks for jocks one year of schooling isn't going to get you far.
"I just don't think it takes into consideration the kids enough. Obviously, I think theres significant benefit for the NBA. Its not my decision to make, but thats my opinion on it."
Cuban added that during CBA negotiations he proposed that the NBA draf...