Ham had pleaded guilty to domestic violence

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. -- The wife of Detroit Pistons
reserve Darvin Ham was sentenced Monday to a year's probation for
hitting him on the head with a wine bottle in March.

Deneitra Ham also was sentenced to 30 hours of community service
and an anger management program. She must stay away from drugs and
alcohol during probation and pay a fine, deputy court administrator
Lorna Skipworth said. Ham had pleaded guilty to domestic violence.

Deneitra Ham was arrested March 18 after authorities were called
to the couple's Rochester Hills home in suburban Detroit and told
she had struck her husband on the head with a bottle during a
dispute. Darvin Ham was bleeding but refused medical treatment.

Darvin Ham said he did not wish to press charges, but Oakland
County sheriffs' deputies took her into custody under a Michigan
law allowing police to make an arrest if the officer has reasonable
cause to believe an assault has taken place.

Ham plays forward for the Pistons, who trail the San Antonio
Spurs 3-2 in the NBA Finals.