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The scene unfolding in New Orleans’s Superdome the night of April 2 seemed typical of any finale to college basketball’s annual “March Madness” tournament. The victors, the Kentucky Wildcats, doused in confetti and the glory of winning college basketball’s grand spectacle, cut down the nets after defeating the Kansas Jayhawks 67-59. Star forward Anthony Davis, unibrow furrowed in concentration, cradled the national championship trophy, expressing his love for his school’s new hardware, whispering, “I love you. I love you.” While Davis’ love may not be reciprocated by a certain shiny inanimate object, he has garnered the affection of NBA scouts and executives who would soon revel in Davis’ inevitable jump to the Association after one year at Kentucky. Davis is representative of a growing trend, or rather a new era, of college basketball, that of the “one and done”- one year at college, meeting the NBA’s requirement, and then a …