Among those represented by Decker or Neskis were two of Bazemore's teammates, Keyon Carter and Ben Finney,
who completed their eligibility in 2011.
Carter, who was in court in Norfolk and Virginia Beach for traffic offenses, declined to comment when asked if he had been billed by or made payment to Decker. He is playing professional basketball in the Republic of Georgia and was reached by email.
Finney's mother, Desiree, hung up when a reporter asked if her son had been billed by Neskis for representation on traffic charges. She did not return an additional call seeking comment.
Decker has represented basketball players since at least 2005, when court records show Isaiah Hunter was arrested in Norfolk
on a concealed weapon charge that was dismissed.
Reached in Charlotte, N.C., Hunter said Friday he did not recall what his financial arrangement with Decker was.
"You'll have to take that up with the coaching staff," he said.