High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


NBA Players Call for League to Legalize Medical Marijuana

Considering that 23 states have legalized cannabis for medicinal purposes and that the NBA prohibits any type of pot use, TMZ Sports decided to find out what players thought of the NBA's drug policy.

Will Aaron Hernandez Get Away with a Marijuana Defense?

As Aaron Hernandez’s murder trial moves forward, accusations of heavy marijuana use are swirling around the case. But will such revelations ultimately help the defense’s argument?

NCAA Has Sports’ & Industry’s Strictest Anti-Pot Threshold

The NCAA seemingly has the strictest anti-pot policy throughout the sports world, and also most industries. The military, the airline industry, and the International Olympics Committee have less rigid standards. So why is Oregon Ducks wide receiver Darren Carrington being...

7 Gifts for the Sporty Stoner

To the average stoner, it seems unbelievable that a person can go from swishing treys on the b-ball court and chucking footballs on the field to skilling Js and sucking hits from foot-long bongs in your basement, but these people do exist.

Play Ball: Marijuana and Soccer

Besides rugby’s unique association with alcohol, sports and drugs don’t normally mix. That said, the world’s most popular sport and one of the world’s most popular drugs -- soccer and cannabis -- will inevitably overlap on more than one occasion. P...



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