There is no collegiate requirement to play in the NBA. The current NCAA bylaws (as of 11/2/2011) state that a player must be one year removed from his high school graduating class and at least 19 years of age.
In a lot of overseas and smaller American Basketball leagues, a high school diploma isn't even required, as was the case for former Louisville recruit Jeremy Tyler. Tyler decided to forego his senior year of high school to play professionally in Israel.
You do not have to attend college to play in the NBA. However starting in 2006 High School players cannot enter the draft until one year after graduating high school. The player must be at least 19 years old at the end of the calendar year of the draft.
you don't go to school to be a basketball player
You do not have to go to college at all in order to become a NBA player. Most players are picked from college teams though.
about one year
over 100 years
at least a few years
To live to be 100. to become a professional basketball or soccer player
4 years in college
at least four years
A College Basketball game is 40 minutes long. 20 minutes each half.
Most pro basketball players began playing when they were very young. They played in junior high school, high school, and college. They attended special basketball camps as a teenager. Professional basketball is a very competitive world. The more one plays and the more instruction one gets, the better chance they will have to become a professional.
answer to the riddle why did the basketball player need long arms: to reach his hands
As long as they want.
That would depend on how good you want to become an hour a day would make you greatly improved and work on 2 different things everyday
You don't have to go to college to become a poet.