Lamar Odom's former teammates on the Dallas Mavericks made it clear what they thought about him, as they voted Sunday not to give Odom a share of the playoff money they earned this season.
Instead, the Mavs are splitting a pool of money totaling $281,937 or $20,138.32 per player. This was seen as a reward for finishing with the seventh-best record in the Western Conference and making the playoffs with the remaining 14 players on their roster.
On April 9th Lamar and the Mavs parted ways following a rough year for the baller, as he averaged career lows of 6.6 points and 4.2 rebounds, and shot a career-low 35.2 percent from the field in a career-low 20.5 minutes per game.
Mavs forward Dirk Nowitzki recently spoke out about Lamar's stint with the team, saying ‘If the Lamar thing would have worked out and if he would have played like the year before when he was the best sixth man, I think we would have had a shot. It would have given us another playmaker, another guy that’s long, that can defend and rebound. But for whatever reason the stuff he was going through off the court was just too much. He couldn't help us the way he wanted, the way we wanted, and we had to move on without him.’”