On April 14th, NBA official made a statement that the defender of Washington Wizards Jordi Meeks was banned from 25 matches for violating the League Drug Control Ordinance.
According to the message source, Meeks received a banned drug examination of ipamorelin and growth hormone releasing peptide (GHRP-2), and the result was positive. Under the existing labor agreement, a player can not participate in the competition until proven innocent, which means Meeks will be forced to miss the playoffs this year.
Meeks claimed he was innocent and denied that he had used similar banned drugs. "For the past 9 years, I have successfully passed mandatory drug testing, including doping, because I have never used banned drugs. So I feel heartbroken and confused about the ticket. Now I declare that I respect basketball very much, so I look forward to driving my own rights under the protection of the labor agreement and I' ll appeal. "
Meeks indicated, "Before the result of the arbitration, I could not play the playoffs, I apologize to my team and the players who are on the road to the championship."
Meeks signed a two-year contract worth 7 million dollars with Washington Wizards last summer. He is going to be a player this summer.
Meeks, 30, played 77 games this season, played for average 14.5 minutes each game, and had the good performance of 6.3 points and 1.6 rebounds.
Washington Wizards (43 wins and 39 defeats) ranks eighth in the Eastern Conference, it will play against Toronto Raptors in the first round of the playoffs.
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