NBA player Allen Crabbe just struck a plea deal in his drunk driving case … and won’t spend any time behind bars.
27-year-old Crabbe — who most recently played the Minnesota Timberwolves — was pulled over on June 26th in West Hollywood after officers said he showed “signs of driving under the influence.”
A TMZ Sports cameraman was nearby when Crabbe was pulled over … and captured the field sobriety test on video.
It didn’t outwardly appear AC bombed the test … but he was still arrested and charged with DUI.
However, on Thursday, Crabbe plead no contest to a lesser charge … 1 misdemeanor count of “engaging in a motor vehicle exhibition of speed on a highway.”
The 6’6″ hooper was sentenced to 3 years probation … as well as being ordered to complete 2 DUI education courses.
If Crabbe does all that, he’s free and clear.