Duke's outside investigators found no evidence to support attorney Michael Avenatti's claims that Nike funneled money to players to steer them toward basketball programs it sponsored.
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- Duke probe finds no evidence Nike paid Zion
- Filings suggest Nike paid in pursuit of players
- Avenatti filing: Nike OK'd payments to Zion, more
- No. 4 recruit, forward Johnson, commits to Duke
Newly released emails and text messages in the case against attorney Michael Avenatti suggest that Nike officials were making under-the-table payments to handlers and families of top college basketball prospects.
Attorneys representing Michael Avenatti filed a motion Wednesday that alleges that a Nike employee at least approved payments to former Duke star Zion Williamson and former Indiana star Romeo Langford when they were still in high school in February 2017.
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Top-five rising senior Jalen Johnson, the No. 1-ranked small forward in the 2020 class, announced his commitment to Duke on Thursday.
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Zion Williamson is suing to enforce termination of an agreement he signed with Gina Ford and Prime Sports, maintaining the marketing company's deal was unlawful under North Carolina law.
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