Record Number of High School Seniors in NBA Draft

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Thursday night's National Basketball Association draft saw a record number of high school seniors become top draft picks. The trend is sparking a debate on the future of college sports and possible minimum age limits for players in the NBA. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and Stefan Fatsis of The Wall Street Journal.



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