Basketball Australia announced earlier this week that its integrity unit had concluded a review of star Mitch Creek's assault charges.
They advised no further action would be taken.
The South-East Melbourne Phoenix small forward was stood down in March because of the charges, before they were dropped by police in April.
The news is good for Creek who is hoping to be a part of Australia's final Boomers squad for the Tokyo Olympics.
That side is set to include NBA stars such as Ben Simmons and Patty Mills and looks to be a genuine chance at securing Australia's first male basketball Olympic medal.
Creek was at his best in the Phoenix's narrow 91-84 loss on Wednesday night, scoring 28points, nine rebounds and six assists.
His South-East Melbourne Phoenix side currently sit fourth and have the Sydney Kings and Brisbane Bullets breathing down their neck in fifth and sixth.
The Phoenix have two games left in the regular season against the Breakers and the Bullets and will likely have to win at least one of those matches to cling onto fourth place and clinch their first NBL finals' appearance.
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