Retired NBA superstar, Tom Chambers was pulled over by police on Saturday, December 7 under suspicion of drunk driving.
The incident occurred when Scottsdale Police saw the vehicle of the 54-year-old former Phoenix Suns forward swerving into a bike lane. Chambers was stopped, arrested, and later released.
Chambers reportedly avoided a field sobriety test but obliged to have a blood alcohol test. The former NBA star apologized to his fans and in the National Basketball Association.
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