Kristaps Porzingis. Kyle Lowry. Serge Ibaka. Dwight Howard. Myles Turner. In the past, Kevin Garnett and Chauncey Bullups.

NBA power broker Andy Miller represented all of them and many more, about 50 NBA players total. Notice that’s represented, as in past tense — the National Basketball Players’ Association (the players’ union) sent out a memo to players Monday saying that Miller had “relinquished his NBPA agent certification,” something first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Millers’ agency, based out of New Jersey, was tied up in the ongoing FBI probe into money going to assistant coaches of college teams through agents and shoe companies. That probe has already led to 10 arrests including people who formerly worked for Miller.