swolswol wrote:the clippers are a sh*t stain on the NBA...it dosent matter that they matched Corey and Elton .......all the others will leave and they will a bad team with two good players ....they otta change thier names to the bad news bears
Jamaican Lakerfan wrote:FabFourLakers is right; when I first saw Odom, I thought he could be the next Scottie Pippen. Instead, he has underperformed and has failed to put in the work necessary to polish and craft his talents. He is no star.
I don't buy the argument that he sucks just because he was a Clipper (and will still be a Clipper when they match Miami's offer). Brand and Maggette have consistently improved despite being Clippers.
I am not a Clipper fan but I agree with their moves this offseason. They were right to let Michael ("I believe I am Wilt Chamberlain") Olowokandi go, and Andre Miller was incapable of repeating his Cavalier performance in the West.
Hopefully, they will give Dunleavy a chance by building the team around Brand and Maggette.
LakersGyrl2003 wrote:See this is sad... I mean, not for what Odom has to say, but for the fact that the Clipps can't keep anyone, and they can't get anyone, and their talent can't be ultilized...
echo nation wrote:Odom is about the most unselfish talent out there
he loves to pass the ball
one of his weaknesses is that he doesnt shoot enough...
Odom is a good fit on that CLipper team and they better do what they can to retain him
echo nation wrote:i dont know him well enough to argue either way
if he leaves the CLips i sure hope its to an East team
more talent to the East please
echo nation wrote:w/ Shaq Karl Kobe and GP
its not fair no matter what
Anonymous wrote:If the Clipps don't resign Odom, they'll lose three talented guys for nothing(Kandiman,Miller/D.Miles). What a pathetic franchise the Clippers are. With the owner they have, they should rename the team to the "Coupon Clippers"
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