NO!!! to play basketball in college you must get accepted to the school which for all (non community colleges) requires a GED
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1 player out of every 35 high school basketball players gets to play for a college team. This translates to around 3 percent. 1 out of every 75 college basketball players gets to play for a National Basketball Association team.
The first women's college basketball game was played in 1892, between the University of California and Miss Head's School. Mount Holyoke and Sophie Newcomb College began playing women's basketball in 1893.
Basically, yes. You will gain much needed experience in basketball when playing in high school, and (assuming you get good grades) you can then go on to NCAA basketball. The NBA has a draft system nearly identical to the NFL, so you can't get into the NBA without playing in college. And you're not going to play in college if you don't play in high school. And you won't play in high school if you don't get decent grades. So, do well in school, and you'll at least get the opportunity to do well in basketball. There's no specified amount of time that you have to play in either high school or college, but, just to be safe, graduate high school, and then go for at least 4 years in college, and play every season.
Yes you can. You get 4 years of high school basketball and 4 years of college.
Romeo Miller attends USC (The University of South Carolina) where he intends on playing basketball for the school.
21 ... at a "professional" level. during high school he played both basketball & baseball, preferring baseball until he went to college.