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April 25, 2008 4:22 PM

Josh Howard is a pothead

Posted by Percy Allen

Let's take a break from the Sonics' Law & Order proceedings and dive into the explosive admission from Josh Howard, who chronicled his use of marijuana this morning.

The Dallas Mavericks forward must have attended the Aubrey McClendon School of Public Relations.

How else can you explain the one-time All-Star going on the Michael Irvin radio show and openly discussing that he smokes marijuana in the offseason. He said it doesn’t effect his performance and he also said most players (in the NBA) do it.

You can hear his comments here.

Howard brushed off the admission as no big deal, but apparently he's unaware or forgot that smoking marijuana is against the law and it is against the NBA collective bargaining agreement.

No comment yet from owner Mark Cuban or coach Avery Johnson, who trail the New Orleans Hornets 0-2 in the Westernn Confernce first-round playoff series.

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