NBA legend Tim Duncan accused his former financial adviser, Charles Augustus Banks IV, of defrauding him out of $7.5 million. Banks, in turn, called the champion power forward's complaints about him "naïve and immature."
Now a jury may hear directly from the recently retired pro to see who they believe.
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