4:23 PM EDT, Sun July 24, 2016
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O.J. Mayo dismissed from NBA for violating Anti-Drug program

Mayo cannot return to the league for two years as a result of the dismissal. Former Buck and current free agent O.J. Mayo has been "dismissed and disqualified" from the NBA for two years after violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA's Anti-Drug Program, the league announced in a release this afternoon. Mayo can apply for reinstatement in two years, per the program. Mayo had been suspended in 2011 for testing positive for PEDs, but this specific suspension does not signal a repeat offense. According to several reports, the NBA's Collective Bargaining Agreement states this type of punishment...

Former Bucks guard O.J. Mayo dismissed from NBA

O.J. Mayo violated the league’s anti-drug program. Mayo, 29, played the past three seasons for the Bucks and was a free agent this summer. He was not in the team’s plans to return.

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