Beasley Will Avoid Suspension For Marijuana Possession Due To Lockout
That citation former Heat forward Michael Beasley received last week for possession of marijuana?
Strictly a legal issue, nothing more.
An NBA spokesman confirmed Wednesday to the Sun Sentinel what logic would have dictated anyway:
In the void of an NBA collective-bargaining agreement, there is no substance-abuse policy currently in place. None.
“The anti-drug agreement — including testing and penalties — is not in effect during the lockout,” league spokesman Tim Frank said in an email.