August 1, 2010 by staff
Tyreke Evans, SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Pr0secutors say the Sacramento Kings guard Tyreke Evans has pleaded no contest to reckless driving.
The District Attorney Jan Scully Sacramento C0unty said Evans had his license suspended for 30 days and ordered to serve three years of informal probation after entering Friday’s game for no reason.
Evans was also ordered to serve 80 hours of alternative sanctions and participate in the highway patrol two driving programs.
The California Highway Patrol stopped the NBA Rookie of the Year on May 31 after an aerial patrol said he was driving his Mercedes over 100 mph on Interstate 80 in Sacramento County.
After the arrest, said a CHP spokesman said Evans was cooperative and was not under the influence of drugs or alcoh0l.
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