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In his first official order of business as New York Knicks President of Basketball Operations, Phil Jackson signed former Los Angeles Lakers star Lamar Odom to a contract with one game left in the regular season. Though the news gleaned little fanfare and mostly eye-rolls as a result of Odom’s recent off-court troubles, the Knicks seem intent on giving Odom every chance to regain something of the form that made him Sixth Man of the Year in 2011. According to reports, Odom’s long-shot comeback bid will begin this week at the Knicks training facility. Read More »
Over the weekend, Chris Paul and Jordan Brand hosted a launch party at the Hollywood hot spot, Lure, to celebrate the release of CP3’s sixth signature sneaker, the CP3.VI. Many of his teammates, such as Lamar Odom, DeAndre Jordan, Willie Green, Caron Butler and fellow Jordan Brand family member, Blake Griffin, came through to show love and support, as well as celebrities like Khloe Kardashian, Jason Derulo, Jaleel White, Lance Gross and Affion Crockett. Read More »
In case you missed it, Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian are coming out with a unisex fragrance. Check the ad for “Unbreakable.” (Just in time for Valentine’s Day.)
Don’t ask me how I stumbled upon Lamar Odom‘s interview in the new issue of Playboy, but I’ll be the first person to tell you to read it. Spanning everything from learning the game in New York City to his controversial college career to his first couple years in the League, L.O. is brutally honest in everything he discusses. So much so that when he’s asked what would happen if a sex tape of him and his wife KhloÃ© Kardashian leaked out he responds, “We wouldn’t have anything to be ashamed about.” But amidst all the stories, there’s one that stood out to me about Kobe Bryant – probably because he vocalized something that we’ve all been thinking for years. Read More »
While Pau Gasol and Lamar Odom attempt the first-ever 3D-peat, Khloe Kardashian pops up out of nowhere after the jump.
As the Lakers head back to L.A. to either win or lose the NBA championship, more than Kobe Bryant‘s legacy is on the line: Pau Gasol, Ron Artest, Andrew Bynum … all of them face career-defining games (or just one game) this week. As does Lamar Odom. Arguably the best all-around talent on the Lakers after Kobe, Odom has averaged 7.6 points and 5.8 rebounds through the first five games against Boston, compared to 14 and 11 per night in the Western Conference Finals. Should the Lakers fall short of a title, the knock on Odom that he often falls short of his potential will only gain credibility. Read More »
Big things are expected out of the Lakers and Celtics this season. Obviously, with the addition of Ron Artest there are high expectations for the Lakers to two-peat. There’s even talk of the Lakers challenging the ’95-96 Bulls’ 72-win season. For the Celtics, as long as Garnett, Pierce and Allen are healthy, they’re always going to have a legitimate chance at a chip. They won one in ’08, but caught a bad break last year when KG went down and missed the entire playoffs. Now that KG is back and healthy again, the Celtics are expected to give Orlando a good run for the East’s top spot. Come June, we may very well see a rematch of the 2008 Finals between Boston and L.A. Read More »