Arizona forward Ira Lee (11) drives to the basket through Southern Methodist defense of Ben Emelogu, lower right, and Jimmy Whitt during an NCAA college basketball game Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017, in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in Paradise Island, Bahamas.

During an arraignment Monday in Pima County Justice Court, Arizona sophomore forward Ira Lee was scheduled for an Oct. 19 case management hearing in his super extreme DUI case.

The timing of the court date will be after the Oct. 14 Red-Blue Game, and it is unclear whether Lee will appear in the scrimmage since UA has issued no indication of whether he could face discipline within the program.

If convicted of super extreme DUI (with a blood-alcohol level of 0.20 or greater), Lee would face a minimum of three days in jail and nine days of house arrest with a GPS-enabled ankle bracelet. He'd face two days in jail if convicted of extreme DUI (between 0.15-.0.20 BAC).

Police said Lee had BAC levels of 0.215 and .0.198 in breathalyzer results, and UA police released video of the DUI stop.

Lee's Oct. 19 court date is also after the Oct. 11 Pac-12 media day, meaning Lee's status will likely be a topic of conversation then and during the Red-Blue Game, unless the case is settled before then.

UA also has had its own preseason media days in late September or early October but it postponed and ultimately cancelled last season's media day after the federal investigation into college basketball was announced.