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Attorneys for marketing director suing Zion Williamson mistakenly send subpoena to dentist office instead of NCAA

When trying to file a subpoena to the NCAA this week, attorneys representing Gina Ford – the marketing director suing Zion Williamson for $100 million – mistakenly sent the legal documents to a dentist in South Bend.

According to a report by Dana O’Neil of The Athletic, the attorneys filed the subpoena on Wednesday to “Produce Documents, Information, or Objections or to Permit Inspection of Premises in a Civil Action on the following,” sending the documents to the following location:

1. NCAA, LLC
R/A Douglas J. Kosek
413 W. Jefferson Blvd.
South Bend, IN. 46601

While the business is technically named “NCAA, LLC” and a quick internet search of local businesses in Indiana reveals that South Bend address, Dr. Doug Kosek specializes in dentistry and orthodontics and has no connection to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

To make matters worse, the NCAA that Ford’s attorneys were searching for is located in Indianapolis, a solid 150 miles away from South Bend.

Ford originally filed the $100 million lawsuit last June for breach of contract and has since argued the 6-foot-7 forward took impermissible benefits before and during his time at Duke, thus making him ineligible.

This past week, a state appeals court in Florida on granted Williamson a full stay of the civil lawsuit, meaning the New Orleans Pelicans rookie will not have to answer discovery requests about potentially receiving improper benefits, at least not yet.

As Ford’s camp continues to build a case against Williamson for breach of contract and shed light on potential rules violations during his time at Duke, it may be in their best interest to find the right mailing address for the NCAA first.

Whoops.

(The Athletic)

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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5 Comments for Attorneys for marketing director suing Zion Williamson mistakenly send subpoena to dentist office instead of NCAA



  1. east-ky-boy
    11:00 pm June 20, 2020 Permalink

    It’s ACC. Nothing will be done. Had he played for us, we would be burned at the stake



    • 2andToodleLoo
      11:31 am June 21, 2020 Permalink

      An all the so called investigative sports journalist would be digging in every dumpster and vowing to not rest until they got to the bottom of it. Instead – crickets.



  2. Bluebloodtoo
    7:53 am June 21, 2020 Permalink

    Some secretary is getting fired over this… lol



  3. CrystalBall
    10:09 am June 21, 2020 Permalink

    Probably some uninspired minimum-wage employee.



  4. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
    9:28 am June 22, 2020 Permalink

    They sent it to the only NCAA that might actually listen to someone with proof Duke cheated.