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Lamar Odom Leaves Dallas Wearing Lakers Championship Tee & Pinkie Ring (Photo)

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, April 13th, 2012
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I compare Lam Lam to a guy who sees his girl showing a little interest in a new guy at her job. She was thinking about leaving him, but then her boss David Stern said it wouldn’t be a good idea.

Lam Lam finds out about this and instead of trying to make it work with the woman he is truly in love with, he reacts irrationally and his woman kicks him out.

But, his lady does him a favor and hooks him up with her friend who is pretty impressive herself, but Lam Lam just can’t get over his 1st love and wishes he didn’t act so crazy to get kicked out to begin with.

So, he starts acting out on his new lady to show his old lady he still wants her. To the point the new lady kicks him out even though she has to pay half his rent now.

Former member of the Los Angeles Lakers, Lamar Odom, parted ways with the Dallas Mavericks earlier this week. While Odom is technically still on the team roster, many people are assuming he will be bought out at the end of the season.

Odom, who won two championships as a member of the Lakers, was seen leaving Dallas wearing a shirt that represented one of those titles.

The funny thing is while there are people who hope that he gets back to his old lady, she doesn’t seem that interested in a reunion.

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