NEW YORK -- The NBA announced Sunday that Darren Collison of the Sacramento Kings has been suspended without pay for eight games as a result of a domestic violence incident involving his wife that occurred on May 30, 2016. On Sept. 2, Mr. Collison pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge resulting from this incident.
Collison's suspension begins with the Kings' season opener on Oct. 26.
Sacramento Kings point guard Darren Collison has been suspended for eight games after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge, the National Basketball Association announced on Sunday.
Sacramento Kings guard Darren Collison has been suspended eight games without pay by the NBA because of a domestic violence incident involving his wife. Collison pleaded guilty Sept. 2 to a misdemeanor domestic battery charge resul...