Georgia guard J.J. Frazier is still facing internal discipline for an offseason driving-related arrest.
Frazier was arrested on Aug. 16 for improper driving and driving with a suspended license, both of which are misdemeanors. For Frazier, it was the second driving-related arrest during his time at Georgia.
“I’m still getting disciplined, which is fair,” Frazier said. “Everything has a price to pay, every action has a consequence. Whatever it is, I’m going to take it in stride and try to become a better person, a better man for it.”
Georgia basketball head coach Mark Fox didn’t say whether Frazier would face a suspension but that his situation is an ongoing process. However, it sounds like if Frazier completes the kind of punishment program in place, he could avoid missing time on the court.
“We’ll see how he reacts,” Fox said. “Maturity is an ongoing process.”
Frazier started 16 games a year ago for the Bulldogs and averaged 9.5 points and 3.3 assists per game. He posted a career-best 37 points against Mississippi State on Jan. 24.
Frazier said he doesn’t know whether he’ll face a suspension or not.
“I have no idea,” Frazier said. “We have to talk about it and get through it.”