The Dallas Morning News reports that Irving police officers responded around 10:30 p.m. to at 6201 Love Drive.
Police said they found Stevenson alone and unable to determine where he was. He does not live at the apartment complex.
After field sobriety tests, officers took Stevenson into .
“Due to being intoxicated, he was a danger to himself and others, and therefore he was placed under arrest,” Irving police spokesman John Argumaniz told the News.
Stevenson was released from the Irving Jail on Wednesday morning , ESPN.com Dallas reported.
Dallas coach Rick Carlisle turned around the NBA Finals before Game 4 when he removed Stevenson from the starting lineup and replaced him with guard J.J. Barea. But Stevenson did not pout and earned much notice for after the series ended.
Earlier, Stevenson took a shot at the Heat only moments after the Mavericks claimed their first NBA title.
“It makes me feel good, man, to beat him, to beat that Miami team,” Stevenson told reporters . “The way they act, the way they treated Dirk [Nowitzki], all the things that they said were very classless. To win on their court the way we did it, it was wonderful.”
And it was at Stevenson’s party before the season in Orlando where teammate Jason Terry on his right bicep.
For someone on the fringes of the Mavericks’ victory, Stevenson appears to have been involved in a lot of the memorable moments of their championship season.