Former Kansas Stars Have Slightly Illegal Ways of Relaxing After Rookie Practice

I have no doubt that the transition from college ball to the NBA is a difficult one that could require various coping and relaxation methods. Maybe a good ole’ massage, or a glass of wine would help ... perhaps some video games. Or, if you’re ex-Jayhawks Mario Chalmers and Darrell Arthur, you could just light up some of that chronic: ↵
↵⇥Rookies Mario Chalmers of the Miami Heat and Darrell Arthur of the Memphis Grizzlies were thrown out of the NBA's Rookie Transition Program on Wednesday morning after being caught in their hotel room at Doral Arrowwood in Rye Brook, N.Y., with marijuana, according to sources. ↵
↵There’s no word on how exactly they were busted, but rumor is that the hotel staff became suspicious when the two rang room service to order their sixth Funyuns and marshmallow pizza, after repeatedly calling the concierge to ask, “If you own beachfront property, right, do you own, like, the sand and the water?”↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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