NBA Suspends Larry Sanders at Least 10 Games for Violating Drug Policy

Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders’ nightmare of a season continues to get worse.

The NBA announced Friday afternoon that Sanders is suspended for a minimum of ten games, after violating terms of the L’s anti-drug program.

The big fella was suspended last season for five games under the same violation, after which he declared, “I believe in marijuana and the medical side of it.”

From the press release:

The NBA announced today that Larry Sanders of the Milwaukee Bucks has been suspended without pay for a minimum of ten games for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug Program.


Sanders’ suspension will begin on Monday, Jan. 19, when the Bucks host the Toronto Raptors, and will continue until he is in full compliance with his treatment program.