Yahoo! Video: Effects of one-year rule

The 2007 NBA Draft is sure to start with Ohio State product Greg Oden and Texas phenom Kevin Durant, two elite prospects who spent a year in the college game thanks to the NBA's rule requiring high school players to wait at least one year before entering the draft.
With the signing of Michael Beasley,'s top-rated recruit for the Class of 2007, Kansas State is one school seeing the effects of this rule.
Read this breakdown covering the impact of the one-year rule on both the professional and college game, and that impacted players such as Oden and Durant, from the experts at Yahoo! Sports.