Phoenix Suns broadcaster Tom Chambers has apologized to the NBA team and its fans after being arrested on suspicion of DUI.
Scottsdale police say the 54-year-old Chambers was pulled over Saturday night after an officer saw a GMC pickup truck weaving in a bicycle lane.
A police report says there were two opened bottles of beer inside the vehicle.
Also in the police report, it states that Chambers refused to take a field sobriety test and became "somewhat belligerent," yelling, "I can't even do the nose thingy muh bobber sober!"
It also states he was confrontational with officers, saying, "I know your boss," and "after all I do for Scottsdale PD."
Police say Chambers consented to a blood draw, was booked and released pending the results.
Scottsdale police spokesman Dave Pubins said Chambers admitted to police he had been drinking at the ASU game earlier in the evening.
Chambers was a four-time all-star forward in a 16-year career that ended in 1997. He played for the Suns from 1988-1993 and helped Phoenix reach the NBA Finals in 1993. He now works as a studio host for Suns' televised games.
Suns President Jason Rowley issued the following statement Wednesday night:
"We are aware of the report that Tom was stopped by Scottsdale police on Saturday evening. Driving under the influence is a serious matter. However, the legal process is ongoing and we will have no further comment at this time."