Often things involving the law are hard to laugh, but the lawsuit against Zion Williamson is one of the few exceptions.
The case of the former management company against Zion Williamson and the family certainly made New Orleans rising star Pelicans worry a little bit. But the people who follow this case have just had a mocking laugh with the plaintiff’s turnaround phase.
The number is on the side of the representative Gina Ford – who filed a lawsuit against Zion Williamson for $100 million compensation – must send a summons to a person named Kosek who is working for the NCAA. Ford’s attorney sent the paper to South Bend, Indiana.
The problem was that the NCAA headquarters were located in Indianapolis, not South Bend, and the summons was sent to Douglas J. Kosek, a dentist. The Athletic tried to contact the man but failed because he was having a patient. However, they promptly noted the surprise of the assistant knowing that the dentist was involved in an unrelated incident.
Of course, the media cannot miss this humorous event. Dan Athletic’s reporter Dan O’Neil sarcastically said: “Unless Zion is whitening or removing molasses for free, I don’t think of any way you can send a witness summon to a dentist. skilled doctors”.
The summonser should have been sent to the NCAA to provide documents and information about the incident that Duke University had spent the night with the Zion Williamson family to recruit this young talent. It is illegal for NCAA to use money to recruit athletes, but that often happens stealthily in a variety of ways.
After leaving High School, Zion Williamson competed for Duke University for a season before signing up for the NBA Draft 2019. The player born in 2000 impressed an average of nearly 24 points per game, despite playing only 19 games because of injury.