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Richardson got tested after tweeting about Family Guy

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The NBA drug testing show had its funniest episode yet. Alex Caruso was tested after someone posted a photoshopped photo of him looking like John Cena's younger brother. Danny Green got tested after dunking. The two even have a "PED" handshake, something they will have to teach Josh Richardson how to do.

The 76ers player tweeted about watching Family Guy and how he can't unhear Brian's voice in the shows theme song. It's our duty to mention the NBA league office reminds everyone that drug testing is performed by an independent partner. Richardson tweeted about Family Guy and a fan warned him this will get him drug tested.

It seems like watching Family Guy is an immediate red flag in the algorithm for "random" drug testing. At this point, players should keep all Seth Rogen movies on the down-low if they don't want to be next. Tweeting about craving chocolate is also not advised. All white guys shouldn't dunk unless they've been described as "sneaky athletic."

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