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Lamar Odom Seeking Buyout From Mavericks..Interested in Celtics? Nets? Lakers?

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, February 29th, 2012
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Lamar Odom has been found and will rejoin the Mavs soon.

He wants out, but Mavericks owner Mark Cuban isn’t having it.  The obvious choice if he was to be bought out would be for him to return to the Lakers, but Odom may have other ideas.

After speaking with a league executive Tuesday night, Hoops Authority has learned that Odom is seeking a buyout from the Mavericks, with his focus set on taking his talents to the Boston Celtics or New Jersey Nets.

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has vehemently denied a previous report by ESPNDallas.com documenting Odom’s request, but we have confirmed that such a request has been made.

I don’t think the Mavericks want a moody Odom on their squad, because when Lamar turns into Lam Lam he can bring a negative energy to any team.

The Mavs took a shot and it didn’t work out.

Buy him out, save some money on the cap and let Lamar Kardashian take his show on the road.

 

 

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  1. Destined says:

    Oh Lamar…..

  2. cxd says:

    Wanna’ bet that his wife is involved on this decision ??

    Let’s see…. His mother in law is his agent and handling his cash and…….

    Dang fool….

  3. A.C says:

    He’s in a good situation in Dallas! As I said in a previous post he could be a solid #2 option. This is the same a**hole that requested a trade in the first place. He should be grateful that he wasn’t traded to Cleveland or Toronto.

  4. Daniel says:

    He only requested a trade after he was already traded and the trade was nixed. I don’t think players should be unprofessional and sulk their way out of their duties, but they are still human beings and when things go wrong, sometimes a change of scenery is necessary.

    • A.C says:

      After the cp3 trade was nixed, he should have breathed a sigh of relief. No, he asked for a trade. Did Gasol demand a trade?

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