The NBA's minor league system, known as the G-League, announced on Thursday that they will offer contracts to top-level high school basketball players worth $125,000.

These contracts would go to graduated high school players who do not want to follow the current one-and-done rule (which doesn't allow high school players into the NBA until after their freshman season in college).

This announcement would not go into effect until the summer of 2019.  The players accepting the deals with the G-League would still not be eligible for the NBA Draft until June of 2020 (one year after the players HS class graduates).


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