Big Baby is likely to be in big trouble if he finally ends up losing one more court case he has found himself embroiled in; Glen Davis, who’s otherwise known by the moniker given him by former Boston Celtics teammate Kevin Garnett for his sensitivity after they were playing for Boston is amongst several Celtics alumni currently on trial for his or her alleged participation in a scam to defraud an NBA healthcare program in exchange for kickbacks.
Davis, for his part, recently when on the “VladTV” podcast (h/t to Heavy’s Matt John) to proclaim his innocence within the scam. “This case is the NBA doing their due diligence, and now you’re just put in a situation where you’re associated,” explained Big Baby.
“Now I’ve got to go to trial because they think I did something that I do know I didn’t do,” he added. “I do know that I’m innocent.”
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Per Davis, the undeniable fact that he never received any kickbacks is his argument to go to trial with a “not guilty” plea. “I never got any money,” he explained.
“You’re in a certain group, and now they simply need to tag us all in when it’s not that. It’s people benefiting from a situation, so I’m going to trial because I didn’t do anything.”
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