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July 07, 2000|From Staff and Wire Reports

Charlotte Hornet guard David Wesley was convicted of reckless driving, but acquitted of racing with teammate Bobby Phills in the moments before Phills was killed Jan. 12 in a head-on collision.

Mecklenburg County District Judge Fritz Mercer said enough reasonable doubt existed about whether Wesley and Phills were racing their Porsches when Phills died Jan. 12.

Wesley, 29, was given a 30-day suspended sentence for reckless driving, fined $250 plus court costs and ordered to complete 40 hours of community service within the next 60 days.

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