Your in the playoffs, your team is getting your butts whipped, you are supposed to be a pivotal part of your team and you have a radio interview. What do you say.
A( We are a talented team, we know what we have to do to get back in the series
B( In game 3 and 4, I will step up, and my teammates will step up.
Or C( I smoke marijuana in the offseason, and don't see a problem with it.
Well if you are Josh Howard, amazingly it is C. I am not a weed smoker, and don't condemn those that do, but how stupid must you be, as a professional athlete to admit this in the middle of a playoff series.
Expounding on comments about marijuana that he made over the weekend to The Dallas Morning News, Howard joined "The Michael Irvin Show" on ESPN Radio 103.3 FM on Friday afternoon and told the Hall of Fame wide receiver that he "probably" would not smoke marijuana in-season even if the league did not have a random testing program but described "smoking weed in the offseason sometimes" as his "personal choice and personal opinion."
He then proceeds to throw the rest of the league under the bus.
The 28-year-old from Wake Forest, selected by NBA commissioner David Stern to fill a roster spot created by injury on the Western Conference All-Star team in 2007, added, "I think that everybody in the media world and in the sports world knows that NBA players do smoke marijuana."