CLAWSON, Mich. (AP) — Former NBA player and ESPN analyst Jalen Rose was given a speeding ticket in suburban Detroit hours after he was sentenced to nearly three weeks in jail for drunken driving, authorities said Thursday.
Rose was clocked going 46 mph in a 25-mph zone shortly before 9 p.m. on Wednesday night, Clawson Police Chief Harry Anderson said. He was given a citation for going at least 10 mph over the limit.
Rose's attorney did not immediately return a message left seeking comment.
Rose was sentenced earlier Wednesday to 20 days in jail for a March drunken-driving crash near Detroit. He pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated in May and apologized in a brief statement.
After playing at the University of Michigan as part of the Fab Five, Rose played for six teams during a 13-year NBA career, including six years with the Indiana Pacers. He currently works for ESPN as a pro basketball analyst.
Rose is scheduled to begin serving his jail term Tuesday, though defense attorney Keith Davidson has said they might appeal before then.
Several prominent figures, including Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, had written letters to the court asking for leniency. Rose, who is from Detroit, is opening a school in the city that will bear his own name.
Rose's actual sentence is 92 days in jail and one year's probation, but 48th District Court Judge Kimberly Small suspended 72 days of the sentence. Rose received credit for the night he spent in jail after the crash.