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Kansas’ Bill Self Talks ‘One And Dones’

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At a powerhouse program like Kansas, Bill Self is used to basketball players leaving early for the NBA.

For instance, this year alone the Jayhawks lose Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid to the pro's after just one year on campus at KU.

Currently, the NBA makes all players spend a year in college basketball or removed from high school before they can enter the league's draft.

Kansas head coach Bill Self says it's not as difficult to recruit 'one and done' players because he can convince prospects to replace the previous stars that left for the NBA.

Hear why the Edmond native and former Oklahoma State Cowboy isn't a fan of the NBA's one year out of high school rule for their draft.