Denver Nuggets

Player: Carmelo Anthony
Year: 2004

A 20-year-old Carmelo Anthony boarded a team plane with a small amount of marijuana in his backpack; Melo says his friend left it in there when he borrowed his backpack. The friend signed an affidavit to take responsibility.

Minnesota Timberwolves

Player: Christian Laettner​
Year: 2004

Okay, so this happened long after Laettner left the Wolves (he was playing for the Wizards at the time), but besides Michael Beasley (already on this list) and one small J.R. Rider marijuana bust after he was traded from Minnesota to Portland, the Timberwolves don't really have a lot of incidents. Christian Laettner, the Dook player you love to hate, was suspended five games for violating the league anti-drug policy, and apologized in a statement where he said he "deeply" regretted what he did and vowed to seek "professional assistance." Christian Laettner!

Oklahoma City Thunder

Player: Kevin Durant
Year: 2015

A prescription bottle that may or may not have contained marijuana fell out of Kevin Durant's truck while TMZ filmed the star leaving a Los Angeles club.

Portland Trail Blazers

Player: Rasheed Wallace & Damon Stoudamire
Year: 2002

Sheed and Damon Stoudamire admitted to smoking weed after being stopped for speeding.  According to the police report "Stoudamire hesitantly admitted that marijuana had been smoked in the vehicle, but stated that it had all been burned up and/or smoked." Rasheed then told officers "they had smoked one 'J' but that all the drug was gone." Unfortunately, police found half a joint and a "small quantity of pot" in the glove box of Stoudamire's (very low key) yellow Hummer.

Utah Jazz

Player: Robert Whaley
Year: 2010

Ex-Jazz center Robert Whaley was arrested for violating his probation when officers found several baggies of marijuana "between his buttocks."