I'm sure Tinsley has no idea how that weed got into his car; I'd bet he let one of his friends drive it the other day, they must have put it there. And you can never be too safe, I'm sure criminals target 4 big NBA players out at the strip club, so its good to be strapped. After all, 3 guns is better than 1!!!
That is funny stuff. I guarantee that if any normal citizen gets pulled over and the cops find weed in the car, SOMEBODY will go to the pokey. Three non-NBA star guys saing "it aint mine" wouldn't cut it. Especially if they are there over some gunfire and a vehicular assault.
I wonder how many incidents like this happen and nobody hears about it. No press no nothing, just a free pass to some psuedo celebs.
In portland, this stuff happens about once a month. I am pretty sure the cops here are just looking for these guys for sport now. They aint called the jailblazers for nothing!
Jackson is a thug. He was part of that mess in Detriot with Artest where Tinsley played the peacemaker trying to help break it up. I'm guessing Tinsley was probably just in the wrong place at the wrong time in this case. Jackson is probably not a guy he should be hanging out with and if this doesn't open his eyes to that I don't know what would!
Are you guys that big of homers. Of course it was Tinsleys weed. Yeah he shouldnt be hangin out with Jackson as he is the biggest thug in the NBA (which is saying a lot). But don't make Tinsley out to be a saint. This is the guy who through the Hampton guy back in the day.
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