Estranged hubby of Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom has been offered a route back to basketball after being invited compete on a prestigious basketball team to compete against current and former NBA stars.
Lamar’s public declaration to get back to the game he loves prompted the invitation according to Baron Davis — who tells TMZ Sports saying he knows the perfect way to help Lamar achieve his intention.
Turns out, Davis is a big deal in the legendary Drew League, an exclusive pro-am in Watts, CA where stars like Kobe, LeBron, Durant and more have come to hone their skills during the NBA off-season.
“I’m going to reach out to LO to see if he would want to play alongside me on my team since he wants to return,” Davis tells TMZ Sports.
Just last week, Odom confidently told E.T. he’s NBA-ready — this seems like it would be the perfect opportunity to prove it.
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