Sacramento Kings forward Zach Randolph had his felony marijuana-distribution charge reduced to a misdemeanor in exchange for a sentence of 150 community service hours. Randolph was in potential trouble of getting suspended by the NBA if getting entranced to a felony charge.
The incident of Randolph being busted for marijuana is likely no longer going to be an issue once he serves his community service time. Sacramento will have Randolph on opening night with no punishments issued from the league. Randolph signed with the Kings as a veteran role to help the young players progress in their young careers.