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Delonte West bystanders, and Lamar Odom on Mark Cuban
Three anecdotes from the NBA’s digital landscape:
Lamar Odom on Mark Cuban
Early in a recent episode of Vince Carter’s Winging It, Carter mentions off-hand that Trae Young, his current teammate and one of the NBA’s highest scorers, can’t dunk.
Kind of a telling modern-NBA moment, eh? (You can score a million points without being able to attack the rim?)
Then Carter kind of corrects himself: “I mean he can dunk … it’s touch and go.”
But the real story comes later, when Lamar Odom joins and the two reminisce about playing for Mark Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks. Odom says Cuban seemed really laid back when he first started playing for him, but that changed once he stepped on the court: “I wasn’t used to the owner damn near heckling me from the stands,” says Odom, “cursing me out from the first row when I’m on live stage.”
In his book, “Darkness to Light,” Od…
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