The NBA will allow players to use marijuana after reaching a new labor agreement with the players’ union, according to The Athletic, following similar moves at the MLB and NHL.

The NBA reached a tentative deal last week with the National Basketball Players Association for the 2023-2024 season, which includes a stipulation that the league will no longer test players for marijuana use, The Athletic reports, citing sources with knowledge of the deal.

The league and the players’ association still need to ratify the agreement, but it is set to include a clause removing marijuana from the league’s drug testing program, and players won’t be penalized for use anymore, according to The Athletic.

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