Lamar Odom Pleads No Contest To DUI
Lamar Odom reached a plea agreement in his DUI case, receiving three years of probation and agreeing to attend a three-month alcohol-education program.
Odom, 34, who wasn't required to be in court, also will pay $1,800 in fines and penalties.
Its been reported that Lamar has been in contact with the Los Angeles Clippers and head coach Doc Rivers about a possible return this season.
Odom who played in 82 games last season for the Clippers starting in two and averaged career lows in points per game (4.0) and assists (1.7).