[Wetzel] Former Oklahoma State and South Carolina assistant Coach Lamont Evans was sentenced to three months in prison for his role in college basketball bribery trial.

[Wetzel] Former Oklahoma State and South Carolina assistant Coach Lamont Evans was sentenced to three months in prison for his role in college basketball bribery trial.

[Wetzel] Former Oklahoma State and South Carolina assistant Coach Lamont Evans was sentenced to three months in prison for his role in college basketball bribery trial.

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2 thoughts on “[Wetzel] Former Oklahoma State and South Carolina assistant Coach Lamont Evans was sentenced to three months in prison for his role in college basketball bribery trial.”

  1. KJones77 says:

    >Evans, a non-US citizen, also likely faces deportation per Judge Ramos. Government sought 18-24 months based on sentencing guidelines.

    [Source](https://twitter.com/DanWetzel/status/1137034195572789249?s=19)

  2. BoatsNPokes says:

    Just a reminder for everyone that Lamont was part of the second conspiracy that was completely separate from the dealings with apparel companies and recruiting high school players.

    This case was about Lamont (and the other coaches involved here) taking bribes for their own personal gain (not for the benefit of the school’s basketball program) to steer current college basketball players to NBA financial advisers.

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