Why did Cavaliers locker room smell like weed?
Be honest: You could use a puff if you had to face the Warriors.
After the Cavaliers fell in an 0-2 hole in the NBA Finals by dropping Game 2 Sunday to the Warriors in Oakland in lopsided fashion, multiple media members reported there was a strong smell of marijuana in Cleveland’s locker room at Oracle Arena.
There are many scent-carrying suspects beyond a member of the team: someone with the media or even arena personnel.
There was also a larger presence of media members in the Cavs locker room than usual because LeBron James opted to speak to reporters there rather than at the podium.
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DOJ’s Mysterious Marijuana Subcommittee
Led by an outspoken legalization opponent, Jeff Sessions' Justice Department is reviewing federal marijuana policy, with significant changes possible soon. Almost nothing about the review process is publicly known and key players in the policy debate have not been contacted.
The outcome of the review could devastate a multibillion-dollar industry and countermand the will of voters in eight states if the Obama administration's permissive stance on non-medical sales is reversed.
What is known: The review is being conducted by a subcommittee of a larger crime-reduction task force that will issue recommendations by July 27. The subcommittee was announced in April alongside other subcommittees reviewing charging and sentencing.
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