The Kings acquired Zach Randolph in free agency this offseason hoping he would provide immediate impact and veteran leadership to an evolving roster. He didn't provide a good example Wednesday night.
Randolph was involved in a "crazy disturbance" in Los Angeles Wednesday evening, according to TMZ, in which police encountered "a large crowd of people smoking, playing loud music and blocking the roadway." The disturbance reportedly resulted in vandalized police cruisers and "a battle line to restore order."
Randolph was arrested on felony charges with bail set at $20,000, according to documents from the Los Angeles County Sherriff's Department obtained by TMZ, which reports that the 36-year-old was arrested for possession of marijuana with the intent to sell.
Randolph signed a two-year, $24-million deal with the Kings in July.
The 16-year NBA veteran owns career averages of 16.8 points, 9.3 rebounds and 31.3 minutes per game.