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Utah Jazz assistant coach Keyon Dooling, an ex-NBPA VP, arrested in fraud case

NEW YORK -- Former National Basketball Players Association vice president Keyon Dooling, who is currently an assistant coach for the Utah Jazz, was arrested Wednesday and added to a criminal case in which 18 former NBA players were charged with illegally pocketing millions of dollars by defrauding the league's health and welfare benefit plan.
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Jazz assistant Keyon Dooling arrested in NBA fraud scheme

A former vice president of the National Basketball Players Association was arrested Wednesday and added to a criminal case in which 18 former NBA players were charged with illegally pocketing millions of dollars by defrauding the league’s health and welfare benefit plan. The rewritten indictment added Keyon Dooling to the case first brought in October, when federal officials said a number of former NBA players combined to collect about $2.5 million from the benefit plan. Dooling, who was a union officer for eight years and eventually became its first vice president, was among three individuals added to the indictment Wednesday. Dooling, now...
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Utah Jazz Place Player Development Coach Keyon Dooling On Administrative Leave

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Jazz have placed player development coach Keyon Dooling on administrative leave after he was charged by federal officials on Wednesday. Keyon Dooling was charged by federal officials on Wednesday as allegedly being part of a scheme to defraud the NBA’s health and welfare benefit plan out of approximately $5 million.
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Jazz Asst. Coach Keyon Dooling Arrested in Health Care Fraud Scheme

Utah Jazz assistant coach and former National Basketball Players Association vice president Keyon Dooling was arrested Wednesday after allegedly taking part in a scheme to illegally collect $2.5 million from the NBA's health and welfare benefit plan, per Tim Reynolds and Larry Neumeister of the Associated Press. Federal officials first...
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