Former NBA All-Star and Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway is facing drunk-driving charges.
Court records show his blood alcohol content was .17.
These court records obtained only by Local 4 reveal back in April, Hardway was stopped and charged with “operating with high blood alcohol content.”
Hardaway is fighting the charges but until then, his driving privileges are limited. Records show he “can travel for business purpose only” and is required to use “Soberlink with testing twice a day,” in which a camera records if he’s sober.
Hardaway was a finalist for the Basketball Hall of Fame last year.