A former Laker, who won a championship with the team back in 2002 has got into some trouble.
WTOV9.com reports that Samaki Walker was pulled over in his 2002 Mercedes-Benz in Kingman, Arizona. Walker had illegal drugs in his vehicle, so he attempted to eat eight grams of marijuana before he was arrested.
According to reports officials seized approximately 10 grams of marijuana, in addition to some prescription drugs and eight bottles of liquid steroids.
Walker plays professional basketball in Syria for Al-Jalla Aleppo, where he claims steroids are legal.
In the 2002 championship year with the Lakers, Walker shot 51% from the field while averaging 6.7 points, and 7.0 rebounds in 24 minutes per game.
He averaged 5.3 points and 4.7 rebounds in 10 NBA seasons. Walker last played for the Indiana Pacers in the 2005-2006 season. He has played overseas since then, most recently in Korea and Syria.
One fun fact that you may have forgot about Walker is he was selected 9th overall in the 1996 NBA draft, four picks ahead of Kobe Bryant. Walker also received a black-eye courtesy Bryant back in 2002.