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NEW YORK (AP) — A jury has begun deliberating in the trial of a once-aspiring business manager for NBA players and another man accused of bribing assistant college basketball coaches. The deliberations began Monday after jurors heard closing arguments by lawyers for Christian Dawkins and youth basketball coach Merl Code. The jury ended the day without reaching a verdict and was to resume deliberating on Tuesday. The men deny the allegations.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NCAA has rescinded its policy prohibiting championship events from being held in states that have legalized sports gambling. After last year's Supreme Court decision that opened the door for states to expand sports betting, the NCAA indefinitely suspended the policy that previously had kept events such as the men's basketball tournament out of Nevada.
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