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Moreover, breakout stars like Stanford’s Aliyah Boston or freshmen phenoms Caitlin Clark and Paige Bueckers are held back from joining the league by an age requirement of 22.
You can read Michal Lev-Ram and Andrew Nusca’s wonderful story on the phenom here.
Which raises a question about the phenom whom Israel’s previous first-round draftee called “the greatest talent in Israeli basketball history.”
The next three drafts are projected to have ideal depth and plenty of franchise-altering phenoms.
As The Athletic’s John Hollinger noted, Covington isn’t necessarily a phenom in one-on-one stopping ability.
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News travels fast in a college community and Drake had passed the word that Ainslee had uncovered a “phenom.”
"Better pull in on the infant phenom—Snorky might hear of it," he thought.
SKIPPY BEDELLEOWEN JOHNSON
He is a phenom, a veritable Prodigious Prodigy, and maybe old Bannister isn't wild with enthusiasm.
T. HAVILAND HICKS SENIORJ. RAYMOND ELDERDICE

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