After Lamar Odom, the Lakers' options aren't pretty
So where will the Lakers turn to now that they have pulled the deals they offered to Lamar Odom off the table? The pickings left on the free-agent heap are slim, and were made even more difficult for the Lakers because they have exhausted their best spending tools.
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#1 Jul 16, 2009
Lamar has been eating way too much candy, i think it rot his brain. This is what happens when you lack commen sense and only know how to put a ball in a basket. Lamar you CANNOT get a better deal than what the Lakers are giving you. It is what you want minus 1 year, you can always try and get the mid level exception of 5.8 million, you'll only be 33 dumb ass. Stop listening to your greedy agent and take the deal. Your getting a great deal eventhough you only show up for 40 games throughout the season.
My source tells me if Lamar does not take the deal by Saturday, Lamar will not be a Laker.
Lakers will either sign Boozer or Amare
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