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 HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -A lawyer for the man at the center of recruiting allegations against the University of Connecticut says his client has not spoken to investigators.
UConn said in March it was working with the NCAA in investigating a report by Yahoo! Sports that former team manager Josh Nochimson helped guide basketball recruit Nate Miles to Connecticut, giving him lodging, transportation, meals and representation.
Nochimson's attorney, Matthew Leitman, said his client has ``been on the sidelines'' of the investigation, and has not spoken to investigators.
The school and the NCAA both declined to comment on the status of the investigation.
Attempts to reach Miles were not successful. He was cut last month by the NBA Development League's Sioux Falls Skyforce.
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