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October 29, 2017

David Stern: 'NBA Should Remove Weed From Banned Substance List

David Stern spent 30 years serving as the NBA Commissioner. And from 1984 through 2014, the drug testing policies that were in place became a lot more stringent. Weed, in particular, was tightly regulated on Stern’s watch, and during a sit-down interview for Uninterrupted with former NBA player Al Harrington, Stern revealed why he went after players who used weed.

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