Two former Timberwolves face possible jail time

Two former Timberwolves players turned real estate developers face jail time at a court hearing today. Christian Laettner and Brian Davis face contempt for not paying a nearly 700-thousand dollar judgement to investors of a Baltimore real estate project.
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Two former Timberwolves players turned real estate developers face jail time at a court hearing today. Christian Laettner and Brian Davis face contempt for not paying a nearly 700-thousand dollar judgement to investors of a Baltimore real estate project.

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