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Disgraced NBA Referee Now Works For Sports Gambling Website

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Tim Donaghy, the disgraced former NBA referee and Havertown native, is off of probation and already has a new job.

He said he plans to celebrate by going to Madison Square Garden and watching the New York Knicks play the Dallas Mavericks.

Donaghy pleaded guilty to two felony gambling charges in August 2007 and served 13 months in prison.

Donaghy says he is now turning his attention to his new career as a sports handicapper for a gambling website.

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