Waiters was unconscious when the plane landed, and suffered a seizure when he awakened, according to Andy Slater of South Florida's FOX Sports 640 radio. He did not play on Friday in Miami's 95-80 loss to the Lakers due to illness, and was not at the Staples Center.
The Heat declined to comment.More news: Deion Sanders a candidate for Florida State football coach
THC/marijuana is a banned substance by the National Basketball Association - even if it is legal in Colorado (where the Heat had recently been on their road trip) and California (where the plane landed).
Regardless, Davis and the Lakers are playing some of the best basketball in the league and they should be able to carry that momentum over when they play the Toronto Raptors.
Waiters flew back to Miami with the Heat on Saturday.More news: Michael Bloomberg takes a step towards the USA presidential race
Beyond that, there are just questions, ones the Heat have yet to address.
He was suspended for the Heat's season opener due to "conduct detrimental to the team" after "a number of acceptable incidents", which reportedly stemmed from a disagreement between him and coach Erik Spoelstra. He also registered three consecutive triple-doubles in the Lakers' most recent three-game road trip.More news: Toyota and BYD join forces for EV development in China
Waiters has had a rough start to the season in Miami, and has yet to play in a single game. Waiters is owed $24 million over this season and next as part of a deal he signed with the Heat in 2017. There is not going to be a lot of demand for his services right now.