Ex-NBA Player Says Fellow Hoopster Snared Him In Scam

Law360, New York (September 10, 2013, 8:16 PM EDT) -- A former NBA player on Tuesday accused C. Tate George, another ex-pro baller, of luring him into investing in a real estate Ponzi scheme that cost him $300,000, as federal prosecutors attempt to prove George masterminded the $2 million fraud.

Brevin Knight, best known for his 12 years as a point guard in the NBA, was the first witness on the stand in New Jersey federal court as prosecutors mount their case against George, who was indicted on wire fraud charges in 2012 for allegedly soliciting...
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