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Lakers' Caldwell-Pope to miss games due to legal agreement

17 Décembre 2017

"While a member of the Detroit Pistons past year, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope plead guilty to a misdemeanor offense of allowing someone to operate his vehicle under the influence", attorney Jeffrey Lance Abood said in a statement.

"For me, this is new", Lakers coach Luke Walton said following Saturday's practice, sharing that he was not notified in advance that Caldwell-Pope would miss Thursday's game.

Caldwell-Pope said that the original plan was for him to leave NY, travel to Detroit for the legal matter and meet the team in Cleveland before Thursday's game against the Cavaliers.

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The Los Angeles Times, citing people familiar with the situation who weren't authorized to speak publicly, reported that Caldwell-Pope missed the game in Cleveland because he had to return to California to begin an intensive 25-day probation program that includes travel restrictions. "I was blessed that I am able to continue to play ball". "There will be some travel restrictions, but we are pleased that Kentavious will now continue with his National Basketball Association season and move forward in a positive manner from this experience".

Caldwell-Pope was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving early March 29 in Auburn Hills, Michigan, after police say he was spotted going about 45 miles per hour in a 25 miles per hour zone. "I feel like I let them down, as well, my coaches, the organization", Caldwell-Pope said. The Lakers have leaned on Caldwell-Pope, 24, to provide veteran leadership, turn the Lakers' defense around and at times be the team's closer in close games.