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Lamar Odom: Former Laker Set To Sign Contract With Spanish Team Reviewed by Momizat on . [caption id="attachment_79231" align="aligncenter" width="2424"] Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports[/caption] Lamar Odom has been through the ups and downs in his [caption id="attachment_79231" align="aligncenter" width="2424"] Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports[/caption] Lamar Odom has been through the ups and downs in his Rating: 0
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Lamar Odom: Former Laker Set To Sign Contract With Spanish Team

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Lamar Odom has been through the ups and downs in his career and most recently he’s found a new home. Odom was initially aiming for a comeback return in the second-half of the NBA season, but things have taken different turn according to reports coming in from David Pick via twitter:

Earlier in the season, Odom wanted to pursue his NBA career working through his game and continuing rehabilitation from his rumored drug issues. Last summer Odom was allegedly using crack cocaine in a LA hotel and Odom went through a downward spiral in the NBA. It was rumored that the Lakers were willing to give Odom a chance if he handled his drug issues, but it never came together as both parties parted ways.

It was reported that the Clippers were formerly interested in taking the former two-time NBA champion. Since then, the 34-year-old has decided to play the field overseas with Laboral Kutxa in Spain. Odom’s plan is to play for the rest of season in Spain before deciding to make a return into the NBA next season. Misko Raznatovic, the head of European operations representing Lamar Odom, recently tweeted this about the former Laker agreeing to sign a contract with Laboral Kutxa:

Hopefully, Odom’s endeavors overseas will lead to a fresh, clean start.

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  • Jim213

    Knew the Kartrashian’s (aside of his illness) would be the demise of Lamar. But show them you still have game and someone will give you another shot in the NBA.

    • chaka

      fosho chaka out

  • ra

    Ole! I’m glad for Lamar. He was headed down a difficult path. I’m sure this is the beginning of his redemption (for himself, of course). I’ve always been a fan of LO, who may still be a great player.

    When you get your chops back, give us a call here at LN.

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