It’s been a question among many if 34-year-old forward Lamar Odom would ever play basketball again after an offseason of rumors surrounding drug abuse and a DUI charge. Now there’s an answer. After temporarily drawing interest from teams like
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.
Chris Wilcox allegedly is the Clippers' backup choice to replace Lamar Odom.
NBA veteran Lamar Odom has checked out of a rehabilitation center after just one day, according to a report on People.com. The report cited sources who said Odom, 33, arrived at the drug and alcohol center Wednesday morning and