Josh Selby saw his draft stock plummet last year as NBA teams took note of several off-court issues they thought might be too distracting to deal with once he made the jump to playing professional basketball. The Memphis Grizzlies took a chance on him in the second round, where they were able to get good value based on his talent, but Selby’s off-court issues apparently popped up during the NBA lockout.
Selby has been summoned to court on Jan. 25 for an incident that happened at the University of Maryland on Oct. 5, according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal (via Pro Basketball Talk). Selby didn’t have any sort of comment about the incident, apparently:
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