NBA Finals 2017: ESPN’s Brian Windhorst also smelled marijuana in…

June 7, 2017 8:01pm EDT
June 7, 2017 7:58pm EDT
Basketball, Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors, English, NBA
The burning question after the Cavaliers’ Game 2 loss: Who was smoking weed in the locker room?

ESPN NBA reporter Brian Windhorst joined “First Take” Tuesday to talk all things Finals and confirmed a rumor that the Cavaliers’ locker room did indeed smell like marijuana on Sunday after Cleveland’s 132-113 loss to the Warriors. 

Windhorst didn’t know if the aroma came from a Cavs player, employee, or even a media member smoking, but fellow analyst and former NBA player Jalen Rose said regardless that it’s not a big deal. 

Here’s what the two had to say about weed in the locker room beginning at the 1:33 mark. 

Windhorst wasn’t the only media member who noticed the unusual smell on Sunday. Mike Wise of ESPN’s Undefeated also picked up on the scent. 

Like Rose said Tuesday, weed is legal now in California so whoever was partaking in the activity was doing nothing wrong except picking the wrong place and time to get high. 

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