CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- O.J. Mayo, considered by many to be the country's top high school basketball player, will miss three games as punishment for being ejected and making contact with a referee in a Jan. 26 game.
The two-week suspension, retroactive to Feb. 3, was agreed to by Mayo's attorney, the Secondary School Activities Commission and Huntington High School.
Mayo called the suspension fair.
"I guess we have to serve whatever penalty we got, accept the consequences and move ...