Cleaves released after arrest

MOUNT MORRIS TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- Former Michigan State star and Detroit Pistons player Mateen Cleaves has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.

Cleaves was a captain for Michigan State's 2000 NCAA championship team. Detroit drafted him in 2000 with the 14th pick overall. He also played for the Sacramento Kings, Cleveland Cavaliers and Seattle SuperSonics over six NBA seasons.

He recently joined Fox Sports Detroit as a Pistons analyst.

The Genesee County sheriff's department says Cleaves was arrested Saturday in Mount Morris Township and jailed in nearby Flint before being released.

Cleaves' lawyer Frank Manley told The Flint Journal his client drove because of an emergency involving his son and doesn't promote "any driving that's not considered safe."