Suns' Robinson legally intoxicated, tests show

Lab tests show that Phoenix Suns forward Clifford Robinson was legally intoxicated when he was pulled over and arrested with a small amount of marijuana in his possession.

Robinson had a blood-alcohol level of 0.146, said Scottsdale police spokesman Scott Reed. Arizona's limit is 0.10.

Tests also confirmed a foil packet found in Robinson's Porsche contained a small amount of marijuana, less than a gram, Reed said. Traces of marijuana were found in the car's ash tray and in a pipe discovered in the car as well.

Robinson was arrested for investigation of drunk driving and possession of marijuana Monday. Police said they stopped Robinson because he was speeding and weaving on the road.

A police report the next day said Robinson told police he had smoked marijuana on the evening he was arrested and acknowledged having a couple of beers.