Greatest 1-And-Dones In The NBA
The NBA has an amazing group of one-and-done players. A one-and-done player is a player who only played one year of college and forgoing the other three to declare for the NBA Draft. These players took a huge risk in missing out on gaining experience and maturity in the rest of their college years. Some have faltered and are no longer in the NBA, but these 15 players have become stars and even superstars. We start with the 15th best one-and-done in the NBA today:
15. Jrue Holiday PG – UCLA
Jrue Holiday is a great point guard when healthy, as he can really take over an offense and even help lock down opposing point guards since he’s a bulkier matchup. That wasn’t always the case, as Holiday played 27.1 minutes in 35 college games as a freshman, averaging 8.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.6 steals, and 0.5 blocks.
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