Former WWE Superstar X-Pac reached out to Lamar Odom

 

When the Los Angeles Lakers traded Shaquille O’Neal to the Miami Heat for Caron Butler, Brian Grant and this man Lamar Odom, I wasn’t really sure how to react to it. I mean, we lost the best Center in the game and I’m sure anybody would have taken Shaq over any group of three guys during the time.

I wasn’t really expecting it, but Odom slowly became one of my favorite Lakers on the roster. Now I’m not that typical Lakers fan who lists Bryant as my favorite Laker on the roster, don’t get me wrong, I’m a big fan of Kobe Bryant but he isn’t my favorite all-time Laker.

Anyways, we are all aware of the Lamar Odom downfall. He went from Sixth Man of the Year, to being in the headlines for drug addiction. It’s turned his personal life upside down and looks as if it cost him his marriage.

Now last night I was on Twitter and TMZ tweeted out something that Lamar Odom said. Odom told TMZ that he could get over his addiction without rehab and former WWE Superstar Sean Waltman aka X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid was the first to respond to it.

I seen his reply which for some reason made me laugh, it was just the way he said it, I kind of heard the response in my head. It was like two o’clock in the morning so almost everything is hilarious to me at that point.

I responded and a small Twitter conversation between Sean Waltman, TMZ and myself began.

Here are the Tweets that Waltman sent me.

 

 

But Waltman is right. If the help is there, he needs to take advantage of it before it’s too late. This man has a lot of basketball to play and it would be a shame if his career went completely down the drain. Hopefully Odom can sober up and get things patched up.

Topics: Lamar Odom, Sean Waltman, WWE

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