Powerful NBA agent Andy Miller has relinquished his NBPA certification amid allegations of his connection to the FBI’s probe into college basketball.

The FBI raided Miller’s office in September, seizing computers and documents in connection with the probe.

The 47-year-old Miller represented Kyle Lowry, Kristaps Porzingis and Myles Turner, among others.

From ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski:

Andy Miller, one of the NBA’s most prominent player agents, has relinquished his National Basketball Players Association certification and will no longer represent players in contract negotiations, according to a union memo distributed on Wednesday.

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