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These two at head of the class

Eddie House (7 points) is out for a Sunday drive past the Timberwolves’ Al Jefferson during the second quarter last night. Eddie House (7 points) is out for a Sunday drive past the Timberwolves’ Al Jefferson during the second quarter last night. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By Gary Washburn
December 21, 2009

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There was a reason NBA commissioner David Stern pushed vigorously for the mandatory age limit for players to be eligible for the draft. There had been too many stories of high school players who weren’t ready for the NBA, overshadowing the success stories of Kobe Bryant, Tracy McGrady, and Kevin Garnett. (Full article: 908 words)

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