Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Did The Cavaliers’ Locker Room Smell Like Weed Last Night?

The Cleveland Cavaliers aren’t in a good place. They lost Game 2 of the NBA Finals to the Golden State Warriors 132-113 Sunday night and it never felt like the Cavs were in the driver’s seat. Steph Curry and Kevin Durant evolved into three-point robot assassins over these past two games and don’t plan on malfunctioning anytime soon.

So members of Cleveland’s basketball team might need something to relieve the stress and pressure of the moment. We should emphasize upfront this is strictly speculation and the account of one sole reporter after the game. But according to Mike Wise of The Undefeated, the Cavs’ postgame locker rooms strongly smelled of marijuana.

Wise tweeted the following thread, describing the smells and establishing some marijuana credibility I guess saying he grew up in California and Hawaii. Though he totally loses points for saying “reefer aroma,” here’s what Wise had to say.

As Wise stated in the tweets, it’s impossible to pinpoint who was or was not possibly smoking marijuana. We can’t know for sure, though players have admitted to marijuana usage in the NBA previously.

Instead take this for what it is: a tantalizing rumor that impacts very little if it were true or not. NBA players consuming cannabis shouldn’t be scandalous, particularly considering the physical pressure they place upon their bodies.

It’s also worth noting another reporter, Stefan Bondy from the New York Daily News, did not condone the accusation. For now, this story remain pure conjecture and speculation. But we’d be cool if it was true.

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