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Miami Heat’s Dion Waiters had panic attack after eating THC-infused edible

10 November 2019

After the South Florida Sun Sentinel independently confirmed that Waiters had taken ill on the flight, with emergency responders meeting the team plane on the tarmac, Slater reported Friday night, "Waiters overdosed on 'gummies, ' sources say, and was passed out when plane landed". The Heat declined to comment to ESPN for the story.

Regardless, Davis and the Lakers are playing some of the best basketball in the league and they should be able to carry that momentum over when they play the Toronto Raptors.

The Miami Heat have gone into lockdown when it comes to the status of guard Dion Waiters.

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"Talk to my coaches", James said.

Talking to Heat reporter Jason Jackson of FOX Sports at halftime, Wade revealed that he spoke with the Heat players prior to the game.

Beyond that, there are just questions, ones the Heat have yet to address.

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Miami Heat guard Dion Waiters was scratched from the team's game against the Lakers in Los Angeles on Friday night, reportedly because he ate too many "gummies" sweets.

The Heat were on a three-game road trip that included a stop in Denver (marijuana use is legal in Colorado), and then they flew to Phoenix.

While teams have latitude to discuss player injuries, they are not allowed to discuss personal matters in other matters, including substance-policy situations.

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He lost his spot in the Heat's rotation, as two rookie guards, Tyler Herro and Kendrick Nunn, have had strong starts to the season. With the emergence of rookies Kendrick Nunn and Tyler Herro the Heat have not really needed Waiters on the court, and if he misses four more games he will not get a $1.2 million performance bonus that is part of his contract.

Miami Heat’s Dion Waiters had panic attack after eating THC-infused edible