According to reports, the NBA and the Players Association are expected to eliminate the "one-and-done" rule in the next collective bargaining agreement. 

As Shams Charania of The Athletic reported, “The NBA set the draft age limit at 19 years old in 2005. Silver said in July that he was ‘hopeful’ for the rule changing in the next CBA cycle, and both sides appear motivated to reduce the age eligibility for the draft.”

This would bring the age back down to 18 years old allowing players to enter the draft directly out of high school. “With a Dec. 15 mutual opt-out date looming for the NBA and the Players Association under their current CBA, both sides are in the midst of serious conversations over key points that will make up the league’s new CBA,” Charania added. “Top officials from the NBA and NBPA will hold their next in-person meeting at the end of this month.”

For those needing a reminder, some of the greatest players in NBA history have entered the league directly out of high school including, Moses Malone, Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant, Tracy McGrady, and LeBron James.