Tinsley, Daniels won't have to appear for May 22 hearing
The AP reports: Indiana Pacers players Jamaal Tinsley and Marquis Daniels will not need to appear in court for their next hearing May 22 on criminal charges related to a fight at a bar.
During a pretrial hearing Tuesday in Marion Superior Court, Judge Lisa F. Borges said the two players can be represented by their attorneys, James Voyles and Ralph Staples.
Tinsley and Daniels were in court but said nothing. Neither they nor their attorneys had any comment following the hearing. The Pacers host the Cleveland Cavaliers Tuesday night.