May 30, 2023

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Wee Fans Discuss Denver Nuggets On and Off the Court

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We’ve come a long way since Carmelo Anthony was castigated for getting caught with cannabis in 2004. Viewed as the future king of the city at the time, the Denver Nuggets player landed in hot water after weed was found in his backpack at Denver International Airport.

But now, under a proposed collective-bargaining agreement between NBA owners and the league’s players’ union, players could invest in and promote cannabis and sports gambling companies in states where they are legal. NBA owners have also agreed to remove cannabis from the league’s banned-substances list, officially making it a legal substance in the NBA. So not only could you see an active NBA player in a dispensary, but you might shop in a dispensary owned by an NBA player.

In their comments on the Westword Facebook post…

Westword Staff

2023-04-09 07:54:00

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