Woods was cited last March 29 when he was stopped for speeding.
He reportedly offered only his basketball trading card and two
credit cards as identification.
Woods initially pleaded innocent last April to possession of
less than an ounce of marijuana, speeding, driving while uninsured
and operating a motor vehicle without a driver's license.
On Wednesday he entered a no contest plea to the marijuana
charge through his attorney, Doug Stringer. He did not admit guilt.
Woods, who did not appear in court, was next scheduled to appear
on Jan. 20, according to Multnomah County Circuit Court records.
The charges could be dropped at that time.
Stringer did not immediately return phone calls seeking comment.
Woods was scheduled to work out with the Blazers Wednesday
afternoon at their Tualatin practice facility.
He was previously fined after he pleaded guilty to charges of
driving while uninsured, operating a motor vehicle without a
driver's license and illegal window tinting following a traffic
stop last Feb. 1.