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Memphis Grizzlies guard O.J. Mayo has been suspended without pay for 10 games for violating the NBA's anti-drug policy, the league announced Thursday.

The league said Mayo tested positive for dehydroepiandrosterone, which is a steroid precursor known as DHEA.
Of course Mayo is going with the standard "over-the-counter supplement honest mistake" excuse. Yes O.J, and you didn't get any money from anyone at USC either. No truth to the rumor the supplement came from T.A's fists when he jammed them down Mayo's throat a few weeks ago.

JR 1/27/2011 05:44:00 PM Edit
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7 Responses so far.

  1. Bohemian says:

    Interesting that they test Mayo, who plays in such a boring and not hyped market as Memphis. It would be interesting if they tested Howard or Lebron, don't you think? ;)

    In any case, it seems Mayo is really spoiling his reputation this season...

  2. JR says:

    As part of the NBA's agreement with ESPN they're not allowed to test Lebron. ;) Remember your article that got all the Lebron apologists all riled up?

  3. Jenda says:

    I never thought they tested for those things in NBA. Well, yet another proof he ain't no Bron or that manchild from Orlando. Or maybe the initials of the lesser known Simpson do him no good. lol

  4. Zelko Rebracja says:

    Informative

  5. And TA still knocked him around.

  6. JR says:

    I tried like 7 times to figure out how to make this title only 1 line, but no luck. Frustrating.

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