Ty Lawson is no stranger to the law. The Indiana Pacer was arrested in January 2015 and now faces a year of supervised probation, given to him by a Colorado judge. Lawson also has to serve 48-hours of community service and complete 52-hours of therapy. In November, he pleaded guilty to charges of driving while impaired and was suspended for two games.

In July, Lawson was arrested on DUI charges in Los Angeles and entered rehab for 30 days, which resulted in a three-game suspension from the NBA. Lawson’s struggles off the court have effected his play this season significantly; he averages 5.8 points and 3.4 assist per game. The Rockets also waived Lawson on March 1, 2016. He has only played two games for the Pacers, resulting in 20-minutes of court time and a total of six scored points.