Youth Basketball Director Says Morgan Hardman’s Claims About Ray J Kicking Son Off Team Are False
We were a little disturbed by the allegations that Ray J was interfering with a kid’s sporting activities, so we reached out DIRECTLY to the Knockout Elite Basketball League director Shaun Kowlessar and received an official response.
It turns out that Morgan’s son LaCorey is 11 making him ineligible to play on either of the Knockout teams.
Check out his exclusive statement below:
Allegations against Ray J and Knockout Elite Basketball are false. As Director of Operations for Knockout Elite Basketball, it was brought to my attention from the coaches that LaCorey’s real age is 11 years old. According to the rules of AAU Basketball, he didn’t fall under their guidelines to play for any of our teams. We have a 9 to 10 year old age limit and a 13 year old age limit team.
We teach our kids to be fair and honest and to obey the rules. Knockout Elite Basketball is more then just a basketball organization. We having a mentoring program and brotherhood support for underprivileged children. We’ve also helped many children from our organizations get scholarships to private school, which Morgan Hardman’s son is one of those recipients. Through Ray J, Knockout Elite Basketball and the Norwood Kids Foundation children have received full and partial scholarship to a Christian private school. Funding for our programs is sponsored by Ray J and The Norwood Kids Foundation.
Knockout Elite Basketball
Director of Basketball Operations
So there you have it.
Interestingly enough Morgan may want to do some research because we have a few contacts in sports and learned that AAU teams everywhere have made changes to their regulations recently that will require a number of children to find new teams.
So — is a Ho Sit Down in order for Morgan Hardman or Nah?