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One and Done: Examining the Relationship Between Years of College Basketball Experience and Career Statistics in the National Basketball Association

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Title
One and Done: Examining the Relationship Between Years of College Basketball Experience and Career Statistics in the National Basketball Association
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Journal of Sport & Social Issues, May 2020
DOI 10.1177/0193723520919815
Authors

Colin A. Zestcott, Jessie Dickens, Noah Bracamonte, Jeff Stone, C. Keith Harrison

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#12,453,701
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