A Massachusetts jury has awarded the family of Antwoine Key more than $2 million in a wrongful death lawsuit filed against a Massachusetts doctor allegedly responsible for his death. In 2001, Dr. Dorina R. Abdulah had deemed Key medically eligible to play collegiate basketball at Eastern Connecticut State University. Key died on the court in 2005 of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. During his review, Abdulah found a “slight systolic murmur” in Key’s heart, but deemed him healthy enough to play. The lawsuit claimed that Abdulah should not have approved Key to play without further examination.