Despite $100000 allegations, Deandre Ayton is playing, and dunking all over Oregon

Despite $100000 allegations, Deandre Ayton is playing, and dunking all over Oregon

In a statement, attorney Lynden B. Rose said Ayton's family is "outraged and disgusted" by reports that "have falsely implied that her son or his family have any involvement in illegal or prohibited activities regarding his decision to matriculate at the University of Arizona". These reports are false and unfounded. An FBI wiretap reportedly caught a conversation between Miller and Christian Dawkins, during which they discussed a payment of $100,000 to center Deandre Ayton when he was still a recruit, according to ESPN.

Attorney Paul Kelly issued a statement early this evening amid reports Ayton was involved in a pay-for-play situation. Kelly wrote that Ayton "voluntarily submitted to several interviews" with the FBI and federal prosecutors as well as compliance officials with the NCAA, the Pac-12 and Arizona.

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Ayton was permitted to play in the Wildcats' game at OR on Saturday night, but Miller did not coach in the game. Not a shred of evidence has been adduced suggesting otherwise, which federal investigators and NCAA officials have acknowledged.

Kelly added that it was his opinion that Ayton is "an outstanding an honorable young man who has been truthful and cooperative in all our dealings with him". On Saturday he had his 19th double-double of the season. Miller did not coach Arizona's Saturday night game at OR, though Ayton did play. "I think if you look at his play tonight it seemed like he handled it pretty well".

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Ayton finished with 28 points and 18 rebounds, despite being under-utilized for a majority of the second half.

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