NBA star Derrick Rose was arrested in February after allegedly breaking into a domestic violence shelter in Los Angeles, sources said.
Rose was arraigned Friday on a misdemeanor charge of misdemeanor domestic violence.
He will remain in jail until his next court appearance.
Police say Rose was allegedly involved in an argument with his girlfriend.
He has not been charged.
Rose’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, told The Associated Press he was unaware of the incident.
Rose, 27, signed a one-year, $12 million deal with the Los Angeles Lakers in March.
He is coming off a career-high 40 points and six assists in the Lakers’ 98-94 win over New York on Monday.
Rose, who was released from jail in June after being convicted of misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor battery, did not attend the arraignment.
Rose also was accused of choking his girlfriend and then punching her several times during an argument.
The woman, who is in her 20s, suffered cuts to her nose and cheek and was treated at a hospital, sources told the AP.
Rose had played for the Los Angels for a month before his arrest, and the team’s general manager, David Giannini, was among those who had hoped Rose would join the team for the postseason.
Giannini said the team was disappointed to hear Rose was behind bars and would be spending time with his family in Texas.