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Bynum, 41, made his NBA debut with Golden State in the 2005-06 season and was with Detroit from 2008-2014 before ending his career at the highest level after a brief stint in Washington.

He played in a total of 360 regular season games in the league, averaging 8.1 points, 3.3 assists and 1.6 rebounds.

More than 20 people, including several former NBA players, were involved in the insurance fraud, in which players submitted false dental and medical claims to the league’s fund.

Bynum was sentenced by the jury in November for his participation in this, according to the verdict, in addition to his 18-month prison sentence, he must repay the amount of 182,000 dollars (about HUF 67 million) and pay the same amount as a penalty.

According to court documents, Bynum committed insurance fraud together with several former NBA players, Terrence Williams was sentenced to ten years and Keyon Dooling to 30 months.

According to authorities, Bynum received false invoices from another former NBA player purporting to be for $200,000 in medical services from a chiropractor near Los Angeles – but those treatments never took place.

Bynum testified during the trial, which prosecutors say committed perjury and obstruction of justice.

Damian Williams US Attorney highlighted in his announcement that Bynum

lied to the jury under oath. His sentence is a stark warning that jail time awaits anyone who tries to cheat or obstruct justice.

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