“One & Done”, for the benefit of those of you who have spent the last dozen years on Jupiter and/or Mars, is what multi-talented basketball players who spend one season playing collegiate ball before making millions of dollars thanks to the next NBA draft.
So here I am watching a bunch of “Ones & Dones” from Kansas beating Michigan State’s “Ones & Dones” in the first of many, many big nights on TV during the 2018-2019 season.
It’s obvious that Bill Self has recruited more talented “Ones & Dones” to Kansas than Tom Izzo has brought into Michigan State.
It was a a similar story in the second game of the doubleheader.
Coach K [aka Mike Krzyzewski] sent his “Ones & Dones” from Duke against the latest batch of hotshot “Ones & Dones” recruited by John Calipari of Kentucky.
Just think, in a few months [when the NBA draft is held] tonight’s “One & Dones” will be making more money than the guys who are now coaching them.
Tonight’s scores in the “One & Done Invitational:”
Kansas breaks out to a big early lead, then hangs on to defeat Michigan State, 92-87.
Duke lowers the boom in a huge way on Kentucky, 118-84