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With his Los Angeles Clippers leading the Denver Nuggets by 19 with just seven minutes left, Lamar Odom took out Kenneth Faried, unintentionally. As many decent sportmen would do, Odom stuck out his hand to help Faried up. It was Christmas, fergodsakes.
But noted miscreant Matt Barnes wasn’t having it, stifling Lamar’s attempt at kindness.
It’s pretty pathetic, pretty strange and absolutely hilarious. Matt Barnes probably knocks down old ladies crossing L.A. streets if they look like Lakers fans. Hey, lady. You look like you had already formed your allegiance by the ’70s when we came around… I don’t believe that CP3 shirt you’ve got! Down you go! I don’t help enemies!
Harrison Barnes would like you all to know that there’s no relation.
Newly acquired Los Angeles CLIPPER Lamar Odom was filming a commercial the other day when a freudian slip of the tounge revealed truth. Instead of introducing himself as the Clipper that he is, he informed us he was Lamar Odom of the Los Angeles Lakers.
According to the Star-Telegram’s Dwain Price, the Dallas Mavericks have assigned small forward/reality TV show peripheral character Lamar Odom to the D-League (the NBA’s version of the minors) where he will play for the Texas Legends. The move looks like it’s a temporary one, though.
TMZ had some real sports-related gems over the last two days. Let’s play around in the muck for a second, shall we? First, there’s the story of Phil Mickelson‘s quest to track down an internet commenter who said some particularly nasty things about him.
Whatever last night’s 73-70 Lakers victory over the Mavericks lacked in offensive execution (a lot), it made up for in drama at the end…drama Kobe Bryant was all too happy to hold over a certain former teammate’s head.
The first part of the Lakers’ ultramegasupertransaction to acquire Chris Paul and Dwight Howard is reportedly complete.
One day after burying his cousin, who was shot and killed in New York, Lamar Odom was the passenger in an SUV that collided with a motorcycle. That motorcycle ended up killing a 15-year-old pedestrian. Now, Odom has been forced to reflect on all of the terrible things that he’s seen in his life.