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The National Basketball Association banned Toronto Raptors player Jontay Porter for life for allegedly betting on NBA games.

The league banned Porter after he bet on games, and passed on information to gamblers.

The 6-foot-11 forward/center sometimes faked an illness to influence his wagers, the league said Wednesday.

He allegedly “disclosed confidential information” about his own health status to an individual he knew to be an NBA bettor” before a March 20 game.

Someone placed an online bet for $80,000 ahead of the March 20 game that Porter would underperform.

Porter claimed to be sick during the game and only played three minutes, the league said.

He allegedly gambled on NBA games to supplement his $411,794 salary with the Raptors.

The 24-year-old Missouri standout also earned $2.3 million in 3 seasons with the Grizzlies.

“There is nothing more important than protecting the integrity of NBA competition for our fans, our teams and everyone associated with our sport, which is why Jontay Porter’s blatant violations of our gaming rules are being met with the most severe punishment,” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said in a statement Wednesday.

According to rumors, other NBA players, and even NBA referees are betting on games.

Jontay is the brother of Denver Nuggets star Michael Porter Jr.