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Topic - Chris Tennant
Washington State basketball star Klay Thompson, the leading scorer in the Pacific-10, was cited for suspicion of marijuana possession after the team's Thursday night victory over Southern Cal. It was unclear whether Thompson will play Saturday against UCLA as WSU seeks to keep alive its hopes for an NCAA berth.
Washington State's Klay Thompson, the leading scorer in the Pacific-10, will not play in Saturday's game against UCLA after he was cited for suspicion of marijuana possession following the team's victory over Southern Cal.
A search of the vehicle turned up 1.95 grams of suspected marijuana, an amount that could lead to a misdemeanor charge of possession, Tennant said.
His vehicle was impounded but was returned to him early Friday, Tennant said.