Retired NBA star and broadcaster, Jalen Rose, was arrested for driving under the influence in Michigan earlier this month.
According to TMZ, the 38-year-old baller was driving along an icy roadway on March 11 when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed.
Cops responded to the scene, and when they got there, Rose agreed to undergo voluntary roadside sobriety tests.
Although he was later transported to a nearby facility for chemical testing, the results have yet to be released.
However, Rose was eventually arrested for driving under the influence.
Rose was in Detroit for the opening of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, a charter school designed to provide under-privileged youth with college prep experience.
He has not commented on the incident, but his attorney, Keith Davidson, told TMZ: “We look forward to working with the authorities in Michigan and addressing these matters in court, not in the press. We have no comment at this time.”