University of Arizona attorney: 'Not a shred of evidence' to suggest Deandre Ayton, family received money
An attorney for the University of Arizona said there is "not a shred of evidence" to suggest Arizona forward Deandre Ayton or his family received money or benefits to ensure he played for the Wildcats.
Attorney Paul Kelly on Sunday responded to media reports suggesting the star player should be deemed ineligible to play over speculation the family received money in exchange for a commitment to Arizona.
"These reports are false and unfounded," Kelly said in a statement.
Kelly said the 7-foot-1-inch Ayton, considered to be a top NBA draft pick after this season,... read more
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