DETROIT -

Just hours after he was sentenced to serve jail time on a drunken driving conviction, police in Michigan said Jalen Rose was ticketed for going more than 20 miles per hour over the speed limit.

Clawson Police Chief Harry Anderson confirmed to Local 4 that the former University of Michigan basketball star and NBA player was pulled over just before 9 p.m. on Wednesday on Main Street.

Anderson said Rose was only ticketed for going 10 over the speed limit.

Earlier in the day, Rose was before Bloomfield Hills District Court Judge Kimberly Small, who sentenced him to 92 days overall, with all but 20 days suspended. She also sentenced him to a year of probation and to attend Mothers Against Drunk Driving panels.

Rose pleaded guilty to an operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated charge.

Rose was arrested March 11. He told a judge in May that he had six martinis the night he veered off the West Bloomfield Township road.

Authorities say Rose had a 0.088 percent blood-alcohol level, above Michigan's legal driving limit of 0.08 percent. A hospital test later measured his blood-alcohol content at 0.12 percent.

He will report to jail on Aug. 2. Small granted Rose the six-day delay so he could attend a birthday party for his 93-year-old grandmother this weekend.