With No. 3 pick, Wolves not turned off by allegations against Mayo
MINNEAPOLIS -- If the Minnesota Timberwolves pass on Southern California's O.J. Mayo with the third pick in the NBA draft, it won't be because of allegations the freshman received cash and gifts from a promoter in violation of NCAA rules.
Timberwolves basketball boss Kevin McHale said Tuesday night that the allegations made in an ESPN report will have no bearing on whether or not the Wolves consider him at No. 3 in the June 26 draft.
"No, not at all," McHale said after the draft ...
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