Lamar Odom was very impressed with what he saw from Golden State's Anthony Randolph on Wednesday night and saw a lot of himself in the rookie's game.
"It's like looking in the mirror a little," Odom said of Randolph. "He's also 6-11, he's left-handed and he can put the ball on the floor. He's two times as athletic as I was at that age.
"He should set his goals high. He has All-Star potential, Hall of Fame potential, with that size, his ability to put the ball on the floor, he can shoot the three, he can pass. If he stays focused, the sky is the limit for him."
I feel sorry for this kid. He's got a huge upside, but is playing for that idiot Nelson who'd rather have a lineup with 4 swingmen. They either need to get rid of Nellie (it's not like they're getting anywhere with him anyways, over 30 years of coaching in the NBA and not so much as an NBA finals in his resume), or move this guy to a team that will put his talents to good use.