Dwyane Wade spent much of his rookie season picking Lamar Odom’s(notes) brain on all aspects of the NBA game, everything from playing tips to travel advice.
It seems likely that Lamar Odom could sign a five-season deal with the Miami Heat at the mid-level exception ($5.8 million for next season and $34 million or so for the length of the contract) by the end of the week.
There are players available, but the best ones are probably too expensive and they can't match the versatility of Odom, who is talking to the Heat.
Congratulations to our Los Angeles Lakers!
Lakers forward brushes off critics with a solid start in Summer League.
The free agent says he's frustrated but hopeful a deal will get done despite lengthy negotiations, but Kupchak says he isn't as optimistic as he was. Rumors of interest from Miami swirl.
A bunch of new and interesting news came out tonight while Lamar Odom was at the Lakers Championship DVD screening.
While the general manager of the Lakers, Mitch Kupchak, is working feverishly these tense hours to retain a vital member of his world championship team - Lamar Odom - he admits he hasn't had time for a reflective perspective of the past season's success.
Ronnie Lester, assistant GM, told me Saturday he heard the Lakers are now offering “a little north of $8 million.” He also said he expects a deal early next week.
“It does seem he is the odd-man out,” GM Ronnie Lester.
On Monday, July 13th, an invitation only screening of the Lakers Championship DVD will be held at Club NOKIA with appearances by Jordan Farmar,...
G-Small analyzes the Lakers free agent situation, and how the future of the roster may end up.
Jordan Farmar is three years into his career as a guard for the Los Angeles Lakers but he's the ultimate rookie at the poker table.
For fans of the Los Angeles Lakers, it's difficult to understand how quickly Trevor Ariza went from NBA Finals hero to an expatriate Houston Rocket.