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Are there restrictions based on a players age?

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Are there restrictions based on a players age?

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There are rules regarding the minimum age for draft eligibility. A player can’t play in the NBA unless he’s been eligible for at least one draft (he doesn’t have to actually be drafted, he just has to have been eligible). A player who is eligible for a draft must be at least 19 during the calendar year of that draft, and if a U.S. player, at least one year removed from high school. In addition, at least one of the following must be true: • The player has graduated from a U.S. four-year college or university prior to or during the year of the draft, and has no remaining NCAA eligibility. • The player is attending or has previously attended a U.S. four-year college or university, his original class has graduated prior to or during the year of the draft, and has no remaining NCAA eligibility. • The player attended high school in the U.S., did not attend college, and four years have elapsed since he graduated (or his class graduated, if he did not graduate). • The player has played as a pr

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