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Posted on: October 10, 2018 at 12:39:24 CT
FIJItiger MU
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"I was in Kansas City and our sponsor Tom Grant wanted to win. I worked for the man for three-and-a-half years and when the boss asks you to do something, you do it. My job was to make sure JaRon stayed out of trouble. That was my job until JaRon became a senior."

"The NCAA investigated that stuff. It was never Myron Piggie's money, it was Tom Grant's. He was paying me to watch these kids."

"Whatever happened to JaRon, he got tricked. JaRon won't turn anything down. If you can help him, he's for you. Kareem doesn't look for handouts. If anything happened with Kareem, it was done without him knowing."


Piggie received at least $184,435 from team owner Tom Grant, $159,866 from team sponsor Nike, and $76,100 from sports agents Jerome Stanley and Kevin Poston.   He further planned on receiving a portion of his players' compensation when they became professional athletes.

Piggie took portions of the money he was receiving as the coach of this elite AAU team and made payments to the high school athletes in a clandestine manner, frequently hiding the money in Nike shoe boxes.   All of the parties intended to keep the payments a secret from authorities.   During the conspiracy, Piggie paid Jaron Rush 2 $17,000, Korleone Young (Young) $14,000, Corey Maggette (Maggette) $2,000, Kareem Rush $2,300, and Andre Williams (Williams) $200.
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Funniest thing I have read in a long while - OntheMark MU - 10/10 12:31:50
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