(INDIANAPOLIS) - More troubles for the Indiana Pacers. Center David Harrison has been suspended for five games for violating the NBA's anti-drug program.
Pacers' officials issued a statement via the team website. Team President Larry Bird says they are "disappointed with the news" and calls it a "private matter."
Harrison's suspension will begin with Saturday night's game against the Sacramento Kings. He will be eligible to return when the Pacers play the Bulls January 23rd.
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