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Drunk Driving Becoming A Problem Amongst NBA Players

In May, P.J. Tucker was pulled over and charged for drunk driving. He has now pleaded guilty for the charges and will spend three days in jail and 11 days of house arrest for “super extreme DUI.” He will also receive a five-year probation. On Tuesday morning, two more players joined Tucker in the drunken driving department. Marreese Speights was arrested early Tuesday morning in Florida and Vitor Faverani was arrested in Valencia, Spain.


Speights tested at .103 and .106 on the Breathalyzer. Tuckers’ was at .222 and Faverani’s was high as well.

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