Harrington spent 16 years in the league but pivoted into a more budding industry.
The New Jersey native was drafted straight outta high school and was a part of his generation’s more memorable rosters.
During his time as a professional hooper, Harrington also gained a personal, professional, and medical appreciation for cannabis. Sparked by seeing a need that wasn’t there yet, his newfound passion evolved into a business. Enter, VIOLA, Harrington’s high-end cannabis company. He’s one of the first athletes and few Black people that are in the legal marijuana service industry. Harrington has made it his purpose to destigmatize the stereotypes associated with the flower.
And on this episode of POTB, we talk about that and everything in between.
The NBA’s new age limit, NCAA losing
Playing with Golden State, Baron Davis’ creativity
His time playing in the Big3 League
How more black people can immediately insert themselves the cannabis space
Memorable life advice from cipher sessions
The hip hop album you give your first born