Bleacher Report in recent weeks convened multiple gatherings of former NBA and NFL players who use marijuana both for recreational and medicinal purposes, or who want pro sports leagues to relax their restrictions on its use.

During his 15-year NBA career, Matt Barnes developed a reliable game day routine.

First there was the morning shoot-around. Then he’d go home for a rest, where he’d do what so many NBA players do during those long afternoons: nap, shower, eat a meal.

But before all that, he’d smoke a joint. 

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Dan Steinberg ~ WashingtonPost.com

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