Does the name Scott Foster ring a bell?
He's one of the referees in Tuesday night's Celtics-Hawks game, but that's not why the name rings a bell.
We all remember Tim Donaghy, the "rogue" referee that was banned from refereeing in the NBA after it was determined that he was gambling on games that he was an official for.
But another referee that didn't receive any punishment or any blame for gambling was Foster himself.
Mike Felger, on his Felger and Mazz show, reads from a report that connects Foster and Donaghy on numerous occasions -- and in ways that seem very sketchy, having them occur shortly before games and for short amounts of time.
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Don’t count the Cleveland Cavaliers out of the Paul George sweepstakes just yet.
According to ESPN’s Marc Stein and Chris Haynes, the Cavaliers are still working on a way to get George with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving in Ohio.
The latest rumor involves a three way deal being discussed between the Cavaliers, Indiana Pacers, and Denver Nuggets. According to Hayes, the deal would send George and Kenenth Faried to Cleveland and Kevin Love to Denver.
Presumably, Indiana would end up with good picks and a few young assets.
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