NBA player agent Andy Miller, the founder of ASM Sports, has been in the news this week after the FBI raided his offices as part of the corruption probe that has rocked college basketball. According to a report from ESPN's Jeff Goodman and Chris Haynes, rookies Justin Patton of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Edmond Sumner of the Indiana Pacers have terminated Miller's agency since the news broke this week.
ASM sports represents more than 40 NBA players, and there is a good chance other agents will try to swoop in and convince them to drop Miller, too. One player who is planning to stick with Miller is Pacers' starting center Myles Turner.
"I've talked to him every day," Turner told VigilantSports.com. "He's keeping me updated on everything that is going on. He's telling me, 'You're going to hear stuff.' People are going to want me to go here, and people are going to want me to jump ship, but Andy's my guy. I'm not going nowhere."
Turner is entering his third season in the NBA. In 2018, when he's eligible to sign an extension, there's a good chance he'll get a deal from the Pacers that pays him well over $20 million per year.
-- Nick Silva