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Every Funny Thing About The Dion Waiters No Good, Very Bad...

Everyone has a bad edibles experience, but Dion Waiters has a story that is funnier and costlier than yours ever was.

This NBA Coach Apparently Rolls The Best Blunts In Basketball

Steve Kerr's NBA Championship secret just might be his ability to roll marijuana blunts.

Al Harrington: ‘All My Best NBA Teammates Smoked Marijuana’

Perhaps no other former NBA player has further ingratiated themselves into the cannabis industry than Al Harrington.

Toronto Won The NBA Finals And ‘You Can Smell That Marijuana...

On Thursday night the Toronto Raptors won the NBA Finals for the first time in team history and Canadians celebrated with some green.

NBA Commissioner On Basketball Players Using Marijuana: ‘It’s A Complicated Issue’

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver thoughtfully detailed how the league is examining basketball players using marijuana for pain management and relaxation.

James Harden’s Eye Injury Inspired A Relatable Meme For Marijuana Users

James Harden's injury inspired many internet users to transform the baller's misery into an innocuous meme about being too high in social situations.

Johnny Marr Calls Baseball ‘Overrated’ Unless Weed Is Involved

If baseball wants to recapture the youth’s attention, maybe they should listen to Johnny Marr, former lead guitarist for The Smiths.

Lamar Odom’s New Marijuana Brand To Focus On Hollywood Creativity

While in recovery from crack cocaine and other substance issues, Lamar Odom claims he found the healing powers of cannabis.

CBD Healed This Pro Basketball Player’s Chronic Pain And Tourette’s

Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen more athletes express interest and report positive treatment from using CBD and THC products to help in recovery and injury.

Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis Arrested For Weed, Responds Like A Supervillain

It was announced last weekend that former NBA player Glen “Big Baby” Davis had been arrested for marijuana possession, though the incident in question occurred in February.