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Charles Barkley is ONE of my favorite NBA players and more often than not, it’s has to do with the fact he says what many of us think. Take what he said Wednesday on a local radio show in Dallas about Lamar Odom: But Barkley wasn’t close to being done with discussing Odom after making [...]
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Mavericks president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson, summarizing Lamar Odom's tenure in Dallas: "It's like going to war with wet gunpowder."
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Now that Lamar Odom has finally cut ties with the Mavericks but will still be paid for the remainder of the season, he’s pretty much free to do whatever he wants. What would you do for the next few months if your boss paid you to stay away? Would you go on a long vacation? Sit around and do nothing? Get another job and double up on the money? Metta World Peace has an idea for Odom...
Charles Barkley says Lamar Odom had a difficult time adjusting to life in Dallas because he was suffering from a divorce.
Not a divorce from his reality TV star wife Khloe Kardashian but a divorce from his former NBA team.
During a local radio interview on Wednesday, the TNT NBA analyst and Hall of Fame player said Odom never reached his potential with the Mavericks because his...
More details regarding Lamar Odom's untimely exit from Dallas are emerging, and it would seem that an argument with team owner Mark Cuban was the final straw.
DALLAS (AP) -- Mark Cuban says Lamar Odom wasn't committed to the Dallas Mavericks.
In his first public comments since Odom and the team parted ways, the Mavericks owner said Tuesday night that it was time to move on.
Cuban acknowledged the end came after Odom's four uninspired minutes Saturday night at Memphis. At halftime, Cuban asked Odom like he had several times previously...
One of the biggest scams in the history of DFW sports has come to a close. Lamar Odom played the Dallas Mavericks in every conceivable manner, with considerable help from owner Mark Cuban.
Yes, it was Cuban who finally banished Odom from the team Monday after the two had a confrontation at halftime of a game in Memphis. But it's not like Odom's uninspired play was a new...
On Monday the Dallas Mavericks and two-time NBA Champion and 2011 Sixth Man of the Year Lamar Odom parted ways with Odom becoming officially deactivated for the remainder of the season and playoffs. Odom will still be under contract with the Mavs until the off-season but will not be eligible to compete in any games for Dallas or any other franchise as the deadline to sign players...
The Lamar Odom era in Dallas was a perfect example of a potentially great trade gone horribly wrong. The Mavericks gave up hardly anything to bring Odom on board. With his playoff experience and veteran poise, many expected Odom to turn into a tremendous role player for the defending champions. Instead, he never got over the fact that the Lakers shipped him off. Dallas has ruled...
Andrew Bynum is channeling some Charles Barkley in his “I do what I want” mannerisms. In a post-game interview, he said he “shot like ****” when discussing his 7-for-20 shooting night. However, his 30 rebounds vindicated his poor shooting night. Oh, and the fact Ron Artest was pure ETHER from the field and beyond the [...]
Lamar Odom had an exchange with Mark Cuban during halftime of Saturday's game against Memphis.