Los Angeles city attorney's office spokesman Frank Mateljan says Randolph entered a no contest plea Wednesday.
The NBA could still issue discipline to Randolph. In exchange, Randolph will be sentenced to 150 hours of community service, per TMZ. If Randolph completes the community service and has no run-ins with the law over the next 12 months, the resisting arrest conviction will be removed from his record. Randolph and another man ran inside a home and were arrested after a crowd of bystanders formed and attempted to block the officers, police said. Five police cars and one sheriff's vehicle ended up with smashed windows and slashed tires, but no officers were injured.
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Je vous conseille de regarder le trailer ci-dessous.Vous en comprendrez mieux la subtilité ainsi que les explications pré-citées. Pour cela, les joueurs se lancent dans des rounds compétitifs de 10 minutes rassemblant jusqu'à 8 joueurs .
"As we have said from the beginning, the reports regarding Zach Randolph were false and misleading", Brothers said in the statement. "After being accused of marijuana possession, all charges have been dropped".
Randolph, 36, signed a two-year, $25 million deal with the Kings over the summer after spending the previous eight seasons in Memphis.
Randolph played for Michigan State and was drafted in 2001 by the Portland Trail Blazers.
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