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    NBA Disqualifies O.J. Mayo For Violating Anti-Drug Program

    The free-agent can apply for reinstatement in two years.

    Free-agent O.J. Mayo was disqualified from the NBA for two years, the league said in a statement.

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    Mayo, who played 41 games for the Milwaukee Bucks last season, was "dismissed and disqualified from the league for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug program," the NBA said in a statement.

    Mayo will be eligible to apply for reinstatement in two years.

    The NBA did not release information about the testing or treatment of Mayo under the Anti-Drug Program.