It's a busy time for Utah Jazz assistant coaches.

One is in Arizona to be named head coach of the Phoenix Suns.

Another is in North Carolina with a court date.

Three months after being arrested on charges of not filing and paying state income taxes in North Carolina from 2009-11, Jazz assistant Sidney Lowe will appear in court Wednesday in Wake Forest, N.C.

His original appearance in March was delayed to allow him to continue coaching with the Jazz during the NBA regular season.

"The case will be continued on Wednesday," responded Lowe's North Carolina-based lawyer, Lee Turner, to a request for information on the trial.

On Feb. 18, Lowe was arrested and booked into the Wake County Jail while on vacation at his North Carolina home, accused of not paying an unspecified amount of taxes the state's Department of Revenue claimed he owed. Lowe was charged with three misdemeanors and released on a $10,000 bond before returning to Utah.

Lowe was the North Carolina State head coach from 2006-11, earning an annual compensation package of about $900,000, according to the Charlotte Observer.

The 53-year-old Lowe missed one practice but then returned to his normal assistant coaching duties after being released from custody in North Carolina. Two days later, he released a statement through his attorney.

“I would like to apologize to the Utah Jazz organization and Jazz fans for the situation that was reported publicly (on Feb. 18)," Lowe stated. "This is a personal matter that I take very seriously. I am working very hard to get the issue resolved in a timely manner and I am cooperating fully with all parties involved.”

The Jazz organization never made a statement, but coach Tyrone Corbin offered his full support to his lead assistant and former teammate.

"We're moving forward. It's a personal situation he's dealing with. We support him wholeheartedly," Corbin said in February. "He understand. He's taking responsibility for where he is in it and we'll support him and he'll move on."