Utah Jazz assistant coach Keyon Dooling was arrested in a criminal case that accuses 18 former NBA players of defrauding the league's health and welfare benefit plan.

An indictment in October said that the players combined to collect around $2.5 million from the benefit plan.

An updated indictment said that Dooling illegally received around $350,000.

Each player made illegal claims that ranged between $65,000 and $420,000, according to the earlier October indictment.

The Jazz, currently down 3-2 in their playoff series against the Mavs, placed Dooling on paid administrative leave.