Lamar Odom's will be ballin' in L.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Dallas chapter of Lamar Odom's NBA career is mercifully coming to an end soon.
In a story that belongs right alongside "Fabio Hit In Face By Bird While Riding Rollercoaster Test-Run In Virginia", the sports news stars have aligned for maximum celebrity ridiculousness for "Laverne From 'Laverne & Shirley' Scammed Out Of 5,000 Dollars By A Guy Pretending To Be Lamar Odom's Assistant".
Would you ever take back an ex-lover.
No matter where Lamar Odom ends up next season, it's almost guaranteed to be somewhere outside of Dallas.
Oh, we want to put an asterisk by this so, so bad.
I took a couple weeks off from doing these here ROFLMNBAO posts for two reasons: 1) because the last two weeks of the season were soooooo boring and B) I forgot.
I can see Lamar Odom right now: face down, his head in the pillows, with rain drops sliding down his window, slow jams playing from his iPod dock, and his old Dallas gear wrinkled up in the corner.
Lamar Odom was the NBA's best sixth man a year ago for the Lakers playing alongside friend Ron Artest.
Lamar Odom won't be suiting up with his Dallas teammates for the rest of the season.
The Dallas Mavericks traded for reigning NBA 6th Man Lamar Odom because they needed some veteran leadership off the bench, but mainly because they wanted to free up cap space to sign Deron Williams and possibly Dwight Howard.
In the end, it seems like Lamar Odom really did need a beach to survive.
The sports world is abuzz with the news that a Magic-Johnson fronted group broke the dang old bank in order to purchase the Dodgers for over $2 billion, which is a figure so absurd that it may as well be written like a comic strip character says cuss words.
Beast of the Night: Danny Granger posted 25 points, seven rebounds, one assist, two blocks and three three-pointers last night against the Wizards.
Daphne Joy Usher Signs On To Play Boxing Legend Sugar Ray Leonard In New Movie [TLF] Questlove’s 33 Reasons Why Prince Is Hip-Hop [OKP] Delonte West And Lamar Odom Take A Trip To The Zoo [ESPN] Jeremy Lin Gets His Own Strain Of Weed [...].
Well, Kobe Bryant passed Michael Jordan on one all-time scoring list last night.
While the Sixers were once again teaching everyone in the arena the basics of How To Run God Awful Offense At The End Of A Game 101, Jeremy Lin (18 points) was balling.
It's not about Dirk Nowitzki's conditioning.
Is Stan Van Gundy a master motivator or just annoying enough to stoke the Magic's fire.
It's crazy when I say this, but Serge Ibaka only had six blocked shots last night.