Sacramento Kings big man Zach Randolph was arrested Wednesday night in Los Angeles on a felony charge of marijuana possession with intent to sell, according to ESPN Thursday.

Randolph, 36, was arrested during an incident in which police were called to the Nickerson Gardens Housing Project in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles. Another man, Stanley Walton, 43, was arrested during the incident on a charge of possession of a gun as an ex-convict, according to the Los Angeles Times Thursday. Randolph's bail was reportedly set at $20,000.

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Los Angles Police were called to the scene because of loud music and the smell of marijuana. As police tried to disperse the crowd, things reportedly got rowdy. A crowd grew and began throwing bottles and damaging police cars, smashing their windows and slashing their tires, according to ABC News affiliate KABC. Five police cars were damaged during the melee.

Randolph, who played with the Memphis Grizzlies last season, signed a two-year $24 million deal with the Kings in July as a free agent. Last year the 6-foot-9 power forward averaged 14.1 points, 8.2 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 73 games for the Grizzlies.

Wednesday's incident wasn’t Randolph’s first run in with the law. He was arrested in an investigation for drunk driving in Los Angeles in 2009 while playing for the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers suspended him for two games. While playing for the Portland Trailblazers in 2003, he was arrested when a police officer smelled marijuana emanating from his car.

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Randolph, a 16-year NBA veteran and two-time All-Star, was first drafted by the Trailblazers in the first-round of the 2001 NBA draft. He was the 19th overall pick. Randolph was traded in 2007 to the New York Knicks on draft day. Randolph was flipped to the Clippers early in the season in 2008, and the Grizzlies traded for Randolph in 2009.

Randolph helped the Grizzlies get to the playoffs seven times. The team announced in July they would eventually retire his jersey number, 50.