D'Angelo Russell cited for smuggling weed in Arizona Iced Tea can

D'Angelo Russell Cited For Marijuana Possession At LaGuardia Airport

D'Angelo Russell Cited For Marijuana Possession At LaGuardia Airport

The best part is he was trying to smuggle it through a fake Arizona Iced Tea can.

D'Angelo Russell's off-season apparently hasn't got off to a good start.

The spokesman said Russell was summoned for possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana and later released.

D'Angelo Russell of the Brooklyn Nets on April 20, 2019 in Brooklyn, New York.

According to the collective bargaining agreement, any player that "has been convicted of [including a plea of guilty, no contest or nolo contendere to] the use or possession of marijuana in violation of the law" has to go into the NBA's marijuana program. The NBA requires three violations before a suspension is warranted.

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Russell did post a picture on his Instagram account from Louisville on Wednesday night.

Port Authority police questioned the 23-year-old and Russell received a summons to appear in court, though a date wasn't specified. That performance propelled Russell to his first All-Star appearance.

Russell is a restricted free agent this summer and is expected to re-sign in Brooklyn, where he's played since being acquired for center Brook Lopez in 2017.

"I understand that for some players ... that marijuana is a way of dealing with those issues", Silver told Bleacher Report. So I just want to stay in this moment and not speak too soon about anything'.

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