Nothing seems to be going right for the Detroit Pistons this season and it continued early Wednesday morning when guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI).

According to WXYZ 7 Action News, Caldwell-Pope was originally stopped by police for speeding in Auburn Hills. A sobriety test revealed his blood-alcohol level was .08, which led to his arrest.

Caldwell-Pope still played in Thursday night’s game against the Brooklyn Nets, scoring 12 points in the Pistons win.