Prosecutors in suburban Detroit said they may request jail time for Pacers guard Stephen Jackson if he is found to have violated probation by firing a gun outside an Indianapolis strip club.
The man accused of throwing the cup that sparked a 2004 brawl between Pacers players and Pistons fans was sentenced to 30 days in jail on an assault and battery charge.
The man accused of sparking the brawl between players and fans at The Palace of Auburn Hills in 2004 was convicted of assault Monday for punching Ron Artest.
A trial began Friday for the man accused of tossing a cup at Pacers forward, Ron Artest, touching off the 2004 Palace brawl.
Prosecutors have dismissed criminal charges against one of the fans involved in a brawl that broke out among Pacers players and fans at the Palace of Auburn Hills in 2004.
Anthony Johnson of the Pacers was sentenced to a year of probation Friday after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor assault charge for his role in the Palace brawl.
Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal and Stephen Jackson were sentenced to probation after pleading no contest Friday to misdemeanor assault charges stemming from the Palace brawl.
Pacers guard Anthony Johnson pleaded no contest Friday to a count of misdemeanor assault and battery stemming from last season's brawl at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Cases against five Indiana Pacers players charged in last November's brawl with the Detroit Pistons have been reassigned among several judges.
A Pistons fan pleaded guilty to throwing a quarter that hit Allen Iverson during a Detroit-Philadelphia playoff game in April.
The wife of Detroit Pistons reserve Darvin Ham was sentenced Monday to a year's probation for hitting him on the head with a wine bottle in March.
The wife of Pistons forward Darvin Ham was arrested early Friday on a domestic assault charge, authorities said.
Three men were sentenced to probation and community service Wednesday for their part in a brawl between Pacers and the Pistons.
Fan Alvin Shackelford Jr. changed his mind and pleaded no contest Friday to a charge of walking onto the court during a November brawl at a Pacers-Pistons game.
The brother of Detroit Pistons All-Star Ben Wallace appeared in court Thursday and was released on a $500 personal bond on charges stemming from one of the most violent brawls in NBA history.
All 10 people charged in the brawl at the Palace of Auburn Hills were scheduled to appear Tuesday in the same courtroom.