Lamar Odom Rumors

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Lamar Odom
Lamar Odom
Position: -
Born: 11/06/79
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:225 lbs. / 102.1 kg.
Earnings: $115,967,658 ($146,256,068*)
Graham: Tell what the situation was and how Vince Carter pretty much saved you from knocking [Mark] Cuban out. Odom: We were at a game against the Memphis Grizzlies. And I guess he didn’t like how I was playing, I guess my energy, my effort was bad. And he, kinda, just got emotional. He just… kicked me in my shin and told me like, “Come on. Let’s go. Get with it.” Graham: But it was harder than that?… Like you really felt it. Odom: Yeah. I just felt, I just took it as the ultimate challenge, and disrespect… And then [Vince Carter] looking at me like ‘don’t do it.’ ‘Cause I guess he probably saw the look on my face. I was ready to toss Mark Cuban’s ass around that locker room.
Graham: Tell what the situation was and how Vince Carter pretty much saved you from knocking [Mark] Cuban out. Odom: We were at a game against the Memphis Grizzlies. And I guess he didn’t like how I was playing, I guess my energy, my effort was bad. And he, kinda, just got emotional. He just… kicked me in my shin and told me like, “Come on. Let’s go. Get with it.” Graham: But it was harder than that?… Like you really felt it. Odom: Yeah. I just felt, I just took it as the ultimate challenge, and disrespect… And then [Vince Carter] looking at me like ‘don’t do it.’ ‘Cause I guess he probably saw the look on my face. I was ready to toss Mark Cuban’s ass around that locker room.
Lamar Odom: “I cried this morning like a baby, but knowing Kobe like I did, I know he would want me to stay strong at this point, and get my a** in the gym and get ready for the Big 3… As a teammate he ruled with an iron fist and if you weren’t about winning and making the team better then there was no need for you, and you would be shunned as a teammate. He was a ‘Ride With Me’ or get rolled over, but it made us better, and he held us accountable… He meant so much to me away from basketball, and I’ve known him since I was 16. He was extremely intelligent and had a photographic memory… Not only did he always want to win, but he KNEW he was going to win. I saw him hit 9 game-winning shots one year. For those people who don’t know basketball, if you’re a pro player, you’re lucky to hit maybe 2, 3, or 4 game-winning shots. He had 9 in ONE SEASON.
Lamar Odom: The night he scored 81 were down 21 points and he willed us to win. When Kobe was on my team I always knew we had a shot to win no matter who I was playing against. His confidence rubbed off on you if understood him and could get what he was selling – which was GREATNESS. He had no fear and I’m going to miss him dearly. I’m hoping they change the NBA logo to him.”
Storyline: Kobe Bryant Death
Like my brother @kobebryant would say “put that work in to be great”. So in honor of you big brother I’ll be putting that work in everyday to get back to @thebig3 💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿 Thank you Baby Doll @getuptoparr for getting me to the gym . Bean would have been proud of me today after such a tragic day yesterday me getting my ass to the gym. Without you here considering what I’m going thru I’d prolly be somewhere sniffing a line
Storyline: Kobe Bryant Death