NBA Now Allows Cannabis Use By Players

Is the NBA getting high on cannabis? On the heels of an announcement from Cresco Labs, the Chicago-based cannabis company, that Michele Roberts, Executive Director of the NBA Players Association was joining its board of directors, the NBA confirmed that it would no longer test players for cannabis or any other recreational drug when the league resumes play in July. The league has also reinstated Charlotte Hornets guard, Malik Monk, who had been suspended indefinitely for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Times are surely a-changing!


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