The Miami Heat has suspended Wright for two games , one day after he was cited for driving under the influence.
Heat president Pat Riley says Wright's conduct was "detrimental to the team." Wright will not be with the Heat for home games
Friday against Chicago and Sunday against Philadelphia.
Wright was charged Thursday morning with DUI and driving with a suspended license after traffic stop in Miami Beach.
The 6-foot-8 backup forward is averaging 6.3 points this season but has come on strong in recent weeks.
Wright is the second Heat player to find himself behind bars in recent weeks.
In February, point guard Carlos Arroyo was arrested for running away from police officers after they tried to stop him. He was charged with resisting arrest but was not suspended by the team.