Mayo Looking To The Future, A Potential HOF Career


Sultan of Swat
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Globe And Mail -
O.J. Mayo finish his high school basketball career with a dunk that drew a technical foul, but he is looking towards a future he is optimistic about.

"I'll see where I stand starting with college workouts and competing with different guys this summer," Mayo said. "I just want to be the greatest player I can be and be an NBA Hall of Famer one day."

Earlier this month, Mayo was cited for marijuana possession, but the charge was dropped after another man in the car with Mayo took full responsibility for the drugs.

"I'd just like to put it behind me. The situation wasn't a good one," Mayo said. "Things happen sometimes, wrong place at the wrong time.

"Any time you have adversity, any time you can overcome it, it's always going to make you a stronger person."