Celtics Star Marcus Smart Testifies In $63M Fraud Trial

By Rachel Scharf (June 21, 2022, 7:00 PM EDT) -- Boston Celtics point guard Marcus Smart took the witness stand Tuesday in a $63 million insurance fraud trial, testifying that a Long Island medical biller impersonated him regarding coverage for a 2018 hand injury that nearly ended his basketball career.

Boston Celtics point guard Marcus Smart testified Tuesday that a Long Island medical biller impersonated him to try to induce insurance companies to send him fraudulent reimbursements related to coverage for a hand injury he suffered in 2018. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) Federal prosecutors in Central Islip, New York, called Smart — who helped take the Celtics to this year's NBA finals...

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