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NBA Will Not Change Lamar Odom Trade Rule Reviewed by Momizat on . A Lamar Odom and Los Angeles Lakers reunion has been talked about for quite some time, but it looks like something like that will not be occurring anytime soon. A Lamar Odom and Los Angeles Lakers reunion has been talked about for quite some time, but it looks like something like that will not be occurring anytime soon. Rating:
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NBA Will Not Change Lamar Odom Trade Rule

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A Lamar Odom and Los Angeles Lakers reunion has been talked about for quite some time, but it looks like something like that will not be occurring anytime soon.

Lakers Nation reported that the Mavericks are trying to trade Odom to the Lakers sometime within in the next few weeks, but if that doesn’t happen, Odom may not be a Laker for a while.

Under the new CBA, a player traded before the 2011-12 season cannot sign with his old team until one year after the transaction.

Previously, a player could sign with his former team one month after being traded, but that is no longer allowed.

If Odom wants to make his way back to the Lakers, he will have to wait six weeks of the 2012-13 NBA season.

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  • Sti1lmatic

    Bringing Odom back is a big mistake. This guy only shows up for 15 games out of the entire season.
    Not to mention that he is no where to be found in the playoffs.

  • arrow

    this dudes kidding right ^ we can count on him hes a 6 foot pointguard for christ sake…the man was a good shooter and was a good source of energy and toughness on the floor

    • Dodgerbluez

      lol.. You know nothing about the Lakers let alone basketball.. L.O is not a PG and is not 6 foot..

      • allen

        He ran point forward while he was on the lakers

  • Ospotter

    Umm.. He is a PF not a PG an he’s 6’10.. Just saying.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Rod-Milton/1282373158 Rod Milton

      It original position was actually SF. He became a PF with the Lakers.

  • Sti1lmatic

    Bring Odom back and then trade him to the Cavs for Luke Walton. That will really bring the guy down lol.

  • Stephaniewheeler1792

    We need him back! 6′ 10″ tough guy who can play pretty much any position is always needed! He only showed up for 15 games because he missed LA so much!

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