Kenyon Martin: I once played high




  • In Sports
  • 2018-04-20 20:20:01Z
  • By NBC Sports
 

Former NBA commissioner David Stern said the league began testing for marijuana because players complained of other players playing high. Chauncey Billups said he knew teammates who played better high.

But Stephen Jackson is the rare former NBA player who admitted to playing high.

Now, he has company.

Kenyon Martin - who played for the Nets, Nuggets, Clippers, Knicks and Bucks in a 15-year career - via Bleacher Report:

If you want to guess which game this was, here are the possibilities.

This was part of a great feature on marijuana in the NBA and NFL. Matt Barnes, Al Harrington and Gary Paton also participate. I highly recommend (pun intended) watching it in full.

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