Former NBA point guard Ty Lawson is once again in all the headlines for the wrong reasons, as he was recently banned for life from the Chinese Basketball Association after posting a couple of NSFW Instagram stories.

The former Denver Nugget posted a derogatory message towards Chinese women followed by a picture of him having a good time on a night club, thus fueling the wrath of the CBA’s disciplinary committee and being forced to forfeit his right to play in the league ever again.

“His inappropriate words are inconsistent with the social responsibilities and values abided by our club and have brought serious adverse social impacts to the club and the league. We will not sign him for the new season,” said Fujian Sturgeons in a statement,” his club Fuijan Sturgeons said on a statement, as quoted by China.org.

Lawson hasn’t played in the NBA since 2018 precisely because of this kind of self-destructive behavior. Even though he was quite a solid playmaker and scorer, he could never stay away from trouble.

Guns, DUIs, and skipping practice killed the career of a player who once averaged 15.2 points and 9.6 assists per game while starting 75 games for the Denver Nuggets.

Lawson was on the verge of becoming a Western Conference All-Star before he fell off a cliff. In fact, he was even forced to attend rehab for his struggles with alcohol a couple of years ago.

He was reportedly trying to work his way back to the NBA, which was pretty unlikely at 33-years-old even if many teams could use a backup playmaker. Now, following this incident, we can be pretty sure that we’ll never see him again in the Association.