Jordan Heimer, Charlie Widdoes and yours truly run a little 3-on-3 action on Lamar Odom: 1. Fact or Fiction: Lamar Odom is worth the trouble. Jordan Heimer: Duh. Look, evaluating roster moves gets simpler after you make the second round. Either an addition gives you a chance to beat th[...]
Kevin Arnovitz wrote a great piece at TrueHoop on the return of Lamar Odom. Enjoy. *** Lamar Odom’s parting from the Los Angeles Clippers in August 2003 was a no-brainer, both financially and personally. The Clippers had offered Odom a three-year, $24 million contract, but after losing out on [...]
And with reports coming midday today, Mo Williams has agreed to pick up his option and be traded to the Utah Jazz, the team that first drafted him in 2003. It should be a happy reunion as Kevin O’Connor (Utah’s GM) has stated that not retaining Williams has been the GM’s biggest mi[...]
Marc Stein and Chad Ford are reporting a variation to the Mo Williams/Lamar Odom trade people have been speculating over recent days: Sources told ESPN.com that the Jazz are willing to take on Mo Williams in a three-team trade scenario that would send Odom to the Clippers and enable the Mavericks to[...]
With the 53rd pick in the draft, the Clippers selected Furkan Aldemir, a power forward from Turkey. Aldemir is the first foreign player the Clippers have selected since 2005, so it was a bit of surprise. The most important thing to know about Aldemir is that he has no NBA out clause in his contract [...]
Draft aficionados Charlie Widdoes, Andrew Han and Michael Shagrin put on their best suits and run a little 3-on-3 action. Awkward handshakes and hats that are too small for everyone! 1. What do you think the Clippers need to address most in this draft? Charlie Widdoes: They are weakest on the[...]
We don’t know what’s in the cards for the draft tonight, but we can take some educated guesses and narrow a few things down. I’ll do both the asking and the answering of the questions here, because I’m weird and anti-social like that. Q: What are the chances the Clippers buy [...]
Should the Clippers try to acquire Lamar Odom? Yes. He is the prototypical stretch-4 the front office has been targeting. Though there are lingering concerns about his capacity to get back to top form, if Coach K still thinks he’s got it, then so should you. Odom will also be back in his adopted cit[...]
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