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DALLAS — Jared Sullinger spent two years at Ohio State before going pro.
The Celtics forward wouldn’t mind if more college players were in school for at least that long before they could be able to make the same move.
“It would be better for the college game in general,” Sullinger said recently, leading up to Monday night’s 94-89 loss to the Mavericks.
“You’d get to see these guys for two years and they’d become the focal point and you’d see how they develop.”
Sullinger’s thinking is in line with that of new NBA commissioner Adam Silver, who has said it’s his desire to raise the league’s age limit to 20 to keep prospective NBA players in college one year longer.