Several teams that were originally interested in this veteran were discouraged, but recently, with the encouragement of his family, the prodigal son ignited his fighting spirit to return to the NBA and actively resumed training. Recently, Odom also admitted that he is about to sign with the Clippers
The news that Odom will return to play for his old club, the Clippers, has been personally admitted by himself: “Yes, I am about to sign a contract with the Clippers.”
Last week, there was news that Odom visited the Clippers training facility and had a two-hour meeting with the Clippers coach and top management.
Satisfied with signs of excess.
“Odom and I have met last Friday (local time), and the two parties are still negotiating on the specific matters of signing.” Clippers coach Rivers said.
In fact, Rivers had a good impression of Odom before, and it can even be said that he liked him very much. Before the meeting, he said in public: “I have always liked the player Odom, and I have been his coach.
Everyone loves him.”
In the last season, Odom served as a bench player for the Clippers, averaging 4 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.
$10,000 veteran basic salary contract.
Odom’s joining the Clippers this time is a win-win result. In order to thank his old club for their generous help this time, the prodigal Odom will go all out for the team, and the Clippers have an extra practical player.
Substitutes, the current strength of the Clippers’ bench is relatively weak, and it is mainly supported by Crawford alone.
The joining of the Clippers will help the Clippers on both offense and defense.