Pollard last played in the NBA with the championship winning 2007-08 Celtics. He didn't play in the postseason and barely played during the regular season, but he got a ring and a million for sitting around and putting up with a year of ankle pain, so it's not all bad. He now works for NBA TV, where he's already created one of the more awkward moments in television history.
Scot Pollard - Now broadcasts Kansas games, and recently made forays into acting, most prominently in a B-movie horror called Axeman at Cutler's Creek. Yes, the beardy guy who licks and kills women really is Scot Pollard.
For an amusing analysis of Pollard's chances of avoiding eternal punishment in the fiery depths of hell, read this.
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