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Lamar Odom is back at home with wife Khloe Kardashian after a few days in hiding after it was revealed he struggled with drug addiction. His future in basketball and plans for rehab, however, are unknown.
According to TMZ, the d-word has not entered the scenario yet as the couple tries to reconcile differences:
One source tells us Lamar is “open to reason and listening to the people who love him the most” … a drastic change from a week ago, when L.O. rejected an attempted intervention.
Meanwhile, some of NBA’s finest are stepping out to talk about what has happened in Odom’s life–and whether they’d want him on their team.
Memphis’ Zach Randolph said he’d welcome Odom to the Grizzlies and threw a little love his way, TMZ reports.
Randolph knows a thing or two about second chances — he’s had multiple run-ins with the law over the years and was once suspended for punching a teammate in the face … yet overcame his troubles to emerge as a bona fide superstar.