May 9, 1987

With the Celtics in Milwaukee for Game 3 of their conference semifinal matchup, Dennis Johnson had to field questions about an old teammate accusing him of sharing some cocaine during their time in Phoenix.

The teammate in question was named Johnny High.

Who could possibly make that up?

Johnson denied the charge, and was backed up by teammates, old and new.

The Celtics lost that night, but won that series and the next en route to the NBA Finals, which they lost to the Lakers.

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