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April 15, 1992 | CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
USC basketball star Harold Miner received a written apology Tuesday from a Las Vegas company, HBD, Inc., that had used his name without permission to promote a rap song entitled: "On Our Way to the NBA." The company had announced last week that Miner was one of four college basketball players who had agreed to cut a rap record. Miner told The Times on Monday that he had not agreed. George Luster, vice president of HBD, Inc., issued the following statement Tuesday: "HBD, Inc.
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April 15, 1992 | CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
USC basketball star Harold Miner received a written apology Tuesday from a Las Vegas company, HBD, Inc., that had used his name without permission to promote a rap song entitled: "On Our Way to the NBA." The company had announced last week that Miner was one of four college basketball players who had agreed to cut a rap record. Miner told The Times on Monday that he had not agreed. George Luster, vice president of HBD, Inc., issued the following statement Tuesday: "HBD, Inc.
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April 14, 1992 | DANNY ROBBINS and CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
USC basketball star Harold Miner said Monday he has no affiliation with a Las Vegas company that is using his name to promote a rap song called "On Our Way to the NBA." In a statement issued through the USC sports information department, Miner, who recently completed his junior season, said he remains undecided about making himself available for this year's NBA draft.
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