D'Angelo Russell Busted While Trying To Hide Weed At Airport

D'Angelo Russell apparently tried to sneak pot onto his flight on Wednesday night

D'Angelo Russell apparently tried to sneak pot onto his flight on Wednesday night

Reports claim the All-Star received a citation after having cannabis discovered in his checked luggage.

'I definitely want to be here but I also know it's a business, too, ' Russell told reporters on Wednesday.

National Basketball Association player, D'Angelo Russell was caught with marijuana in his checked bag at LaGuardia airport in New York City on Wednesday night while trying to catch a flight to Louisville, Ky., TMZ reports.

Russell was reportedly traveling from LaGuardia to Louisville International Airport when a search flagged what looked to be a can of Arizona Iced Tea.

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The citation he received is a NY law violation.

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USA Today, which broke the story, reported about the iced tea can.

Although eight National Basketball Association franchises play in cities where it is legal to purchase or possess marijuana without a prescription, the substance is still banned by the league.

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That episode created turmoil in the Lakers' locker room and may have led to Russell being traded to the Nets in June 2017.

The NBA's marijuana policy mandates a player enter the league's marijuana program if they receive a citation. He put up a career-high 21.1 points and seven assists per game.

The NBA does not test players over the off-season, which for Russell, began last week after the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Nets in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.

A third violation results in a five-game suspension.

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