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Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns believes the NBA should remove marijuana from its list of banned substances.Echoing recent statements from former NBA commissioner David Stern, the 22-year-old center was not speaking about recreational marijuana, but suggested that the drug's medicinal properties were enough for current commissioner Adam Silver to lift the league's marijuana ban.'You don't have to actually make it "Mary J" [or] "Half Baked,"' Towns told ESPN.
Not fully legal where people are chimneys but using [marijuana] as a beneficial factor as an athlete.'The substance is currently banned by the league despite the fact that 20 NBA franchises are based in places that have legalized either recreational or medical marijuana.
Marijuana use in the NBA has been a contentious issue for years, with several players being suspended for illicit use.
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Some of us have conditions that could use [medicinal marijuana] to our benefit for everyday living, just taking care of our kids and our families.'Once an opponent of allowing players to use marijuana, Stern recently changed his position.'I'm now at the point where, personally, I think [marijuana] probably should be removed from the ban list,' Stern said in an interview with Uninterrupted.