Jahlil Okafor apologized for several off-court incidents in his personal life.
Okafor was pulled over about three weeks ago for driving 108 MPH in a 45 MPH zone. Okafor was also involved in a fight outside a Boston nightclub.
"I hold myself to a higher standard than anyone else ever could and I'm not proud of some of my decisions over the last few months," Okafor tweeted. "I own my choices both personally and now publicly. At this point I am cooperating and respecting the process I have to go through."
Okafor declined to address the issues with reporters.
"I'm not talking about anything but basketball," Okafor said before Sunday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies at FedExForum. "I already made my statement."
Brett Brown said he's unsure if Okafor will receive a suspension.
"As an organization, anything like this is concerning."
"It's like any 19-year-old kid," Brown said. "You are trying to find ways to help him.
"He's knows he's made mistakes, and we know he's made mistakes. As an organization we will deal with them as we need to and should."