There are two new high profile NBA DUIs in the news:
According to TMZ, Lamar Odom was stopped by the California Highway Patrol after driving slowly and in a serpentine manner. He is alleged to have failed field sobriety tests and acted in a manner consistent with being impaired by both alcohol and drugs. He is said to have refused all blood, breath or urine tests.
ESPN reports that new Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer was pulled over after driving without working tail lights. According to the police report, he had a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot and watery eyes and mumbled speech. He agreed to perform a field test but refused a breath test. He admitted drinking a glass of wine earlier, but denied being under the influence of alcohol.