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NCAA Sued For Not Paying NIL on March Madness Videos as 2008 Jayhawk Miracle Cited

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, July 3 – A game-tying three point shot in March Madness in 2008 has been cited in a July 2024 lawsuit against the NCAA for not sharing any of the revenue from the rebroadcast of the shot, dubbed "Mario's Miracle."

  Mario Chalmers, then of the Kansas Jayhawks, alleges that he has "been paid nothing by the NCAA or its partner TSI for the continued use of NIL - names, images and likenesses - in promoting and monetizing March Madness. 

 The case has been assigned in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, which Inner City Press closely covers, to Judge Paul A. Engelmayer, and Magistrate Judge Valerie Figueredo. 

 The case is Chalmers, et al., v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, et al., 24-cv-5008 (Engelmayer)


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