A Portland Trail Blazers forward apologized Sunday after police ticketed him for driving 107 mph.
An officer working traffic patrol on Interstate 5 southbound stopped Blazers newcomer Thomas Robinson in his 2013 Porsche Panamera at 11:12 a.m. Friday.
Robinson was in a 55 mph zone.
Police described him as polite and cooperative during the traffic stop.
He now faces a $1,150 fine for driving faster than 100 mph.
Robinson and the Blazers open the NBA regular season this week. He posted a message to Twitter, saying "Apologies for that speeding ticket rip city gotta be more careful with watching the speed limit my first and last one tho for sure."
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