It has not been a banner week for Jahlil Okafor. After the Sixers 2015 first round pick got into an altercation with a heckler outside of a nightclub in Boston on Wednesday night, word emerged that Okafor had a gun pulled on him during another incident outside a nightclub.
The Philadelphia Inquirer's Keith Pompey is now reporting there was a third off-the-court incident involving the 19-year-old in October.
Four sources independently confirmed to The Inquirer the 76ers center was pulled over on the Ben Franklin Bridge around three weeks ago for 108 miles per hour.
If this were an isolated incident, it could easily be chalked up as a teenager doing something stupid and reckless. But this is the third publicized issue Okafor has had in the past month alone, and it's teetering on the edge of becoming an issue.
For the most part, Okafor has had a decently successful season on the floor, but his issues away from the team is a problem the Sixers were not expecting to have to deal with.
The Boston Police Department is now investigating the extremely publicized fight after a police report was filed, and the Sixers plan to handle the situation "internally" after they complete their own investigation.