Basketball star Lamar Odom’s arraignment connected to an alleged DUI was delayed until Oct. 10, a Los Angeles County Superior Court official said.
Odom, a current free agent who played for the
Lakers and Clippers and who was named NBA's Sixth Man of the Year, was arrested Aug. 30 after he was spotted driving his white Mercedes sport utility vehicle erratically on the 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley, authorities said.
His driver’s license was suspended for one year after he refused to take chemical tests intended to determine his possible level and type of intoxication. He has retained famed attorney Robert Shapiro to represent him.
He also spoke out for the first time this week since he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, lashing out against his father on Twitter and saying he was going through a "dark time."