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Former FSU Player Pardoned For 1987 Cocaine Arrest

Former Florida St. Seminoles basketball player Harry Davis was pardoned on Thursday for a 1987 cocaine conviction, according to the Tallahassee Democrat. Davis played for the Seminoles from 1974 to 1978. Davis was the Metro Conference co-player of the year in 1978, his last season with the Noles.

Davis played for the Cleveland Cavaliers in 1979 before spending the over five years playing in the Continental Basketball Association, as well as in Europe. Davis required the pardon to be able to receive a license as a massage therapist, as well as to be able to work with children. He currently works as a member of the "Cavs Legends," a group of former Cavaliers that interact with fans at the arena.

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