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'Uncle Spliffy': Ex-Net Clifford Robinson is now marijuana advocate, grower

The former player is the featured speaker at the upcoming Cannabis Collaborative Conference. Now that ex-Nets forward Clifford Robinson's career is officially up in smoke, he can focus on his other passion: Marijuana. According to Portland Business Journal, Robinson is now a cannabis advocate and will be the featured speaker at the 2016 Cannabis...
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January 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Ex-NBA player going into marijuana business - as 'Uncle Spliffy'

While it's still illegal on the federal level, marijuana usage is becoming more and more socially acceptable as it's legalized in states across the nation. And if a little bit of bud is your chosen method of relaxation, be on the lookout. The next time you're in Oregon, you might be buying your pot from former NBA player Clifford Robinson.Robinson, who played for the Portland Trail...
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January 21, 2016  |  Discuss
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