Forward Darius Miles Contract with the Grizzlies runs out in June...but his career in Memphis may already be over...
Turns out Miles arrest last night for Misdemeanor Marijuana possession during a routine traffic stop could be strike-2 under the NBA's Anti-Drug program.
Miles was pulled over for failing to use a turn signal in Fairview Heights, Illinois near St. Louis.
Police Sgt. Steve Evans says Miles was ticketed for driving with a suspended
A subsequent Search found a small amount of Marijuana in a plastic bag in the passenger compartment.
Miles was charged with Misdemeanor possession and freed on $100 Dollars bond.
Miles was playing for Boston last season when he was suspended without pay
for 10 games for violating terms of the league's anti-drug program back then.
A former third Overall Draft pick out of High School in 2000...Miles is trying to work his way back after a devasting Knee Injury which almost ended his career.
He played 35 games for the Grizz last season, averaging 3.5 points a game.