Mar 30, 2011, 8:15 AM EDT
Jalen Rose landed in some hot water for comments surrounding his Fab 5 ESPN documentary, but he apparently has a more pressing problem to deal with.
Rose was arrested for drunk driving in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan, back on March 11, the Associated Press reports.
TMZ spoke with Rose’s Los Angeles based attorney Keith Davidson, who tried to dodge the issue saying, “We look forward to working with the authorities in Michigan and addressing these matters in court, not in the press. We have no comment at this time.”
Rose was a member of the Fab 5 and spent three years at Michigan followed by a 13-year NBA career that is primarily remembered for being in Indiana but included stops in Denver, Chicago, Toronto and even New York City.
Rose is currently an NBA analyst with ESPN.
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