Lamar Odom Leaves Dallas Wearing a Lakers Championship Shirt

Former member of the Los Angeles Lakers, Lamar Odom, parted ways with the Dallas Mavericks earlier this week. While Odom is technically still on the team roster, many people are assuming he will be bought out at the end of the season.

Odom, who won two championships as a member of the Lakers, was seen leaving Dallas wearing a shirt that represented one of those titles.

This has begun the speculation that Odom might be considering a return to the Lakers in the future. However, it may seem like a bit of a farfetched idea when you consider the circumstances that surrounded his departure. Odom, after finding out he was involved in the nixed Chris Paul trade, reportedly told the L.A. front office that he wanted out of town. The Lakers then obliged, sending him to Dallas for a future draft pick.

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Odom struggled in Dallas, and saw career lows in nearly all statistical categories. Things apparently reached a boiling point over Easter weekend when Odom got into an argument with Dallas owner Mark Cuban and team superstar Dirk Nowitzki.

Regardless, fans that are hoping for an Odom/Los Angeles reunion, might read a little more into this photograph than others.

Thanks to @Lisong24 for the photo.

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