2012. Howard Ratner owns a small jewelry store in new York. Being a big fan of the NBA, he can't imagine life without betting on the game, therefore, is heavily in debt and constantly hiding from creditors. One co-defendant leads to his store as a leading player, "Boston Celtics" Kevin Garnett, and at the same time from Ethiopia comes to sending with rare black opals in the rough. Enchanted by their brilliance Garnett literally glued to this piece of rock, asks to borrow it for a few days and leaves in a pledge of a ring. Howard then lays the ring in neighboring Lombard and the amount of the proceeds bet on the game, "Celtics".
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