The investigation into Zion Williamson’s eligibility continues, and there seems to be more and more evidence going against him. New reports indicate that the family of Zion Williamson had a massive upgrade in both housing and transportation once he set foot on campus at Duke.
When you add these questionable lifestyle upgrades to incriminating text messages and wiretapped conversations between Nike executives, could there be a real chance that Duke gets caught up in this feud between Williamson and his former agent? Oh yeah, and Coach K is on record saying that supporting players’ families is “just a business decision.”
Will this legal back and forth end up exposing the Duke Blue Devils as cheaters? Time will tell. For now, it is fun just to watch them squirm.
Tweet of the Day
On why testimony from Coach K is warranted: pic.twitter.com/t3VQ8mPJ3e— Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) June 10, 2020
If Coach K is forced to testify under oath, things could get really real very quickly.
Bleacher Report breaks down the public evidence against Zion and Duke. Is there more out there to be discovered?
A family member of Lynn Bowden had their house searched by police on Wednesday, but it does not look like Bowden himself will be in any trouble.
While it may be less than of a circus than normal, at least we still get a few soundbites from Ed Orgeron.
Kyle Tucker breaks down Calipari’s attitude toward fighting for his cause, and how that has shaped his reputation over the years.
With new tax laws putting the clamps on coaches at private schools, how will that impact Coach K and schools like Duke getting top coaches?
Drake Jackson continues to be praised as one of the top offensive linemen in the country.
Is Olivier Sarr on the list? Of course. Is he No. 1? Click the link and find out.
I would almost be willing to bet against Manfred on this.
Several Wildcats spoke out about current racial tensions throughout the country.
Josh Paschal, in particular, spoke out about how important these conversations will continue to be at the University of Kentucky.