Kardashian Curse: Lamar Odom Dropped From The Mavs For The Rest Of The Season

It's so cold in the D! The Mavs and Odom spent their Easter drafting walking papers that will free Odom to be able to leave the team immediately without actually being "released". This agreement allows the Mavericks to list Odom on their roster as inactive for the remainder of the season without actually releasing him, leaving the option of a trade after the season. Any team that wants Odom before then will have to buy him out by June 29th for a cool 2.4Million, otherwise they'll be responsible for the full $8.2 million that Odom is scheduled to earn in the 2012-13 season.

 

This whole debacle stems from Odom's missed games due to family illness and injuries. Did I mention that this agreement takes place immediately? Like, as in, as of yesterday Lam Lam is no longer playing with the Dallas team. He's no longer playing with ANY team, not even the D-League that the Mavs were originally going to shift him to last month as an option to help earn his way back on to the squad. This is a tough break!

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Comment by Miss Ceiba on April 9, 2012 at 10:14am

Well Damn Gina!

Comment by Mizz Aleshia on April 9, 2012 at 11:05am
2012 has been a bad year for the Kardashian/Odom Family.
Comment by GlamMoondust on April 9, 2012 at 11:17am

I heard the real reason he was dropped cause he liked "white lines" .... I wonder how long will it take for Khloe to divorce him if he is no longer 'famous'

Comment by SoLuscious on April 9, 2012 at 11:53am

woooooooooooooooooooow

Comment by DJ - A.K.A - DON_JUAN on April 9, 2012 at 12:21pm

as in that "good, good"  @gmd

Comment by Ms. Ashley Banks on April 9, 2012 at 1:06pm

@Glam-

This is Dallas, no one is getting dropped for drug usage unless it becomes obvious and an embarrassment to the team. The Cowboys' best years in the 90s were fueled by hard drugs and alcohol, and the weed/ecstacy/cocaine rumors swirling about the Mavs amped up in time for them to make the NBA finals twice. As long as you're winning and producing, no one is going to say anything.

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