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Top Point Guard to Skip College for Europe?

Keep an eye on this. Arizona recruit Brandon Jennings is keeping open the possibility of skipping college to turn pro in Europe. Jennings, a point guard who played at Oak Hill Academy last season, has yet to meet the NCAA's minimum academic standards for freshman eligibility. If he doesn't qualify, Europe might be the best option. There was talk of several would-be freshmen going on a barnstorming tour or heading to Europe last fall - including Mike Beasley - but it never materialized. Wonder how this impacts the possibility of the NBA upping its age requirement in its next collective bargaining agreement with the players' association.

By Josh Barr  | June 24, 2008; 12:28 PM ET
Categories:  Basketball  
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He is a selfish, and arrogant player. He is also overrated, and I am rooting for him to go to Europe. And may he stay there for good.

Posted by: Hfan | June 24, 2008 3:28 PM | Report abuse

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