However, it seems like he wasn’t at the wheel. The LA Time reports:
"According to California Highway Patrol Officer Monica Posada, the vehicle, which was not being driven by Hill, crashed into a condominium complex in Marina Del Rey about 2 a.m.
While Hill lives in the building that was struck, he wasn't in the vehicle at the time of the crash."
The guy driving was Michael Lacey and he was arrested for a suspected DUI.
They found him by following a trail of blood in the elevator and up to Hill’s home, where they realized it wasn’t him, but Lacey who was driving the car.
Hill put everyone’s minds at ease by tweeting:
I'm good everybody...just a bad decision made by a great dude...thanks black ops for keeping me on the couch at da timeLets get this W doe— Jordan Craig Hill (@jordanchill43) March 31, 2013
He also tweeted throughout the Lakers’ game against the Sacramento Kings.