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Detroit Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway faces up to six months in jail after pleading no contest Thursday to violating Michigan’s so-called “super-drunk” driving law. Beverly Hills police arrested Hardaway about midnight April 23, after spotting him speeding on 13 Mile near Lahser. They stopped him as he pulled into his driveway, said his lawyer, Mitch Ribitwer.
Detroit Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway is due back in court next week for violating a bond agreement following his April arrest in Beverly Hills for drunken driving. Hardaway has a pre-trial conference scheduled for Sept. 8 in Oakland County District Court after he was deemed a no-show for court-ordered daily sobriety testing at least 14 times, according to documents reviewed by MLive.
Detroit Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway is contesting drunken driving charges stemming from an April arrest in Oakland County, according to a WDIV-TV report. Hardaway’s vehicle was stopped by authorities along 13 Mile and Lahser roads, near his home. He had a blood alcohol level of .17 percent, according to court records obtained by WDIV. That is more than twice the state’s legal limit of .08 percent. Beverly Hills police declined to comment on the case, which is ongoing.
Parker has released a French hip-hop album, opened a nightclub, launched a clothing line and co-directed an autobiographical documentary, among other things. His next venture: becoming a featured figure in an ongoing web series produced by Sina Sports, China’s leading digital sports media platform. Parker joins a cast that includes Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, former NBA All-Star and current Detroit Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway and Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey. They will each have their own web channel.
Another former Miami Heat player, however, fell short of advancing to the final voting list, with Tim Hardaway having done so the previous two years, now left to await another voting cycle next year. O’Neal helped lead the Heat to the 2006 NBA championship, the franchise’s first, while Hardaway helped push the Heat into annual playoff contention in the late ’90s.
MLive: What are your specific duties as an assistant coach? Hardaway: I work with the guards, I talk to the guys, because I can see a lot of things that coaches can’t see or other assistant coaches can’t see. I can relate to the game the way these guys relate to the game. I understand the game and I can see what they’re seeing, I can see if something is disturbing them, if something is bothering them. When they working on their game, I can tell them this is a little too much, you need to scale down a little bit or work harder to make your game better. I talk to them and tell them what they need to do as a team and how they need to treat each other as a team. And I really talk to the guards and teach them how to be better point guards.