The former Warrior talks about his great marijuana adventure.

“We’re trying to get a billion-dollar exit,” Al Harrington tells me.

This is not a crazy thing for the 6’9” former NBA journeyman to say; the hottest thing in the league these days, especially if you play for the Golden State Warriors, as Harrington once did, is to have a chunk of a tech startup.

But Harrington’s billion won’t come from anything quite so disruptive. No, if Harrington has his way, he’ll get rich from something slightly more organic. Because Al Harrington is looking to become the league’s first marijuana mogul.

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Sam Schube ~ GQ.com

 

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