Former NBA player Tate George gets 9 years for running real estate Ponzi scheme

TRENTON, N.J. >> Former NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George was sentenced Thursday to nine years in prison for running a real estate ponzi scheme. A federal judge in Trenton.

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) – Former NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George was sentenced Thursday to nine years in prison for running a real estate Ponzi scheme.

Victims include current NBA players. Tate George, a former basketball star at the University of Connecticut who spent four years in the NBA in the early-mid 90s, will spend the next nine years in prison for "orchestrating" a $2 million real estate Ponzi scheme, the Department of Justice announced last week.

Ex-NBA Player Tate George Sentenced to 9 Years for Real Estate ponzi scheme. federal prosecutors said that 10 investors lost more than $2.5 million. Those investors included current nba player Charlie Villanueva, former player Brevin Knight and "The Apprentice" winner Randal Pinkett. George, who called federal prosecutors "thugs.

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Former NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George was sentenced Thursday to nine years in prison for running a real estate Ponzi scheme.

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Former NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George was sentenced in a New Jersey federal court Thursday to nine years in prison for running a real estate Ponzi scheme.

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TRENTON, N.J. –Former NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George was sentenced in a New Jersey federal court Thursday to nine years in prison for running a real estate Ponzi scheme.