Gopher's basketball player Trevor Mbakwe is going to serve two years of probation for an arrest this summer reported the Minnesota Daily.
However, Amelia Rayno reported for the StarTribune that Judge Jose Fernandez, told Mbakwe "You're not a cat; you don't have nine lives. You're going to do something and it's going to be the end of any chances you have. This may be it; this may be your last chance."
According to the Minnesota Daily, in response to this Mbakwe said in a team statement "I can't say it enough, but I am extremely grateful that I have been given another chance."
The basketball player also thanked his family, coach staff and the University of Minnesota for all the support they having been giving him, reported the Minnesota Daily.
The Startribune reported that, Fernandez ruled the gopher player with two years of probation, 20 hours of community service per month. As part of the ruling, Mbakwe has also to attend AA meetings three times a week.
Mbakwe apologize to with his fans and thanked them for the support by his Twitter account, reported the Minnesota Daily.
Now Mbakwe is ready to start another season with tone of the deepest teams Minnesota Coach Tubby Smith have had since he started coaching the Gophers, reported the Minnesota Daily.