Former NBA star Shawn Kemp is officially in the marijuana business. The 50-year-old Seattle SuperSonics legend is opened Shawn Kemp's Cannabis in Seattle on Oct. 30...
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Kemp isn't going at this alone ... he's got 2 partners who have already had weed success co-founding a business called Main Street Marijuana, one of the top pot shops in the area since 2014.

Kemp -- a 6-time NBA All-Star -- played for Seattle from '89 to '97 and was known for being one of the exciting players in the league.

"My name is on this company and I have worked hard to bring Shawn Kemp’s Cannabis to fruition," Kemp said. "I want to provide nothing short of the best selection, customer experience and prices in Seattle."
One of my all-time favorite players...

Filed Under: NBA
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Hemp/Kemp ? Seattle Super Chronic ? The place markets itself.
Reply1 month
Looking to get weeded, call Shawn for your lawn.
Reply1 month
The green Michael Jordan really ties the mural together.
Reply1 month
Muh weed
Reply1 month
I'm guessing they don't also sell prophylactics.
Reply1 month
7:40 His double clutch reverse dunk in the lane was the best I've ever seen by him in a game.
Reply1 month
“The 50 year old year Seattle SuperSonics legend is opened”.... damn it Larry! Is English that damn hard man?! My 12 year old writes better.
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Kemp's Hemp? His missed out on the obvious choice for his business name.
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That’s where I thought this topic was going. Dude set it up to where when we clicked on it that was going to be the name, but then he just posted his article. I’m not entirely shocked.
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KCT
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Ha ha. My idea, too. I don't recall that dude exactly being known for his intellect. Probably still smarter than LeBron, though.
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Shawn Hemp
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Kemp'n'Hemp
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I hope he has good insurance.
Reply1 month
Well he does have 9 kids to put through college.
Reply1 month
Bring back the Sonics
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