Don't worry, you can still puff a blunt while you watch the game on TV. ESPN reports on the NBA's attempt to impose drug tests for players:The first issue, of course, is just how many NBA players are smoking dope. Player's Union head Billy Hunter's letter says "several NBA players" and "usage by even a few players," as if five or six guys are spoiling it for everybody else. What it really should say is five or six guys getting caught is spoiling it for everybody else. In 2001, the New York Times wrote a story that suggested that 60 percent of the league is smoking marijuana. Outspoken forward Charles Oakley came out shortly thereafter and reiterated that claim.