New York Knicks center Randolph Morris pleaded guilty Friday to reckless driving and agreed to pay a fine.
Morris, who was scheduled to appear in Fayette District Court for a preliminary hearing, didn't attend. His attorney, Jim Lowry, entered the guilty plea on his behalf and said the $100 fine and court costs would be paid Friday.
The former University of Kentucky star was arrested Aug. 7 in Lexington after an officer spotted him driving 62 mph ? 17 mph over the speed limit ? and failing to use a turn signal as he sped down an exit ramp.