January 14th, 2020 | by CollegeAD

The list of defendants in Lobo basketball player J.J. Caldwell’s due process lawsuit against the University of New Mexico grew by two on Monday as the suspended point guard is still awaiting a ruling on whether his emergency ban from campus can be lifted, potentially allowing him to return to the team. UNM’s Athletic Director Eddie Nuñez and the landlords of Caldwell’s Lobo Village apartment, who seem to be amping up their efforts to evict Caldwell from the facility, were added Monday to a Jan. 2 lawsuit filed for the UNM junior point guard by his attorneys Justine Fox-Young and Paul Kennedy. Nuñez said Monday he is aware he’s been added to the lawsuit, but could not comment on pending litigation while UNM. -Geoff Grammer, Abqjournal. Read More.

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