Portland Trail Blazers' Harris suspended for doping
Summary of 6 articles · Updated Aug 6, 2013
Blazers GM Neil Olshey told reporters in July that Harris’ future with the organization was uncertain as the Blazers decide whether to use their remaining room mid-level exception. The NBA has suspended Portland Trail Blazers guard Terrel Harris for five games for violating the league's drug policy. Details about the nature of the violation were not disclosed. The NBA has suspended Portland Trail Blazers guard Terrel Harris for five games for violating the league's drug policy. “I hope [to be in Portland for camp]. Harris was acquired by the Blazers from the Pelicans in July as part of a three-way trade that brought Robin Lopez to Portland and sent guard Tyreke Evans went to the Pelicans and guard Greivis Vasquez to the Kings. Terrel Harris scans the floor during a March 2013 game. Ditto for what the policy defines as "drugs of abuse" a list that includes, but is not limited to, methamphetamine, MDMA, cocaine, GHB, LSD, ketamine, PCP, benzodiazepines and opiates because those carry immediate dismissal and disqualification from the NBA.