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As Lamar Odom’s health is improving, but still in question, celebrities are coming out of the woodwork to offer their prayers and opinions.

Following Master P’s take on the situation, TMZ caught up with The Game and he thinks the Los Angeles Lakers should sign Odom when he’s healthy. Despite his well-documented Laker fandom, The Documentary 2 rapper went as far as to say that he won’t watch a single Lakers game this season unless the deal goes down. 

Game’s sentiments are similar to Master P, who called out Kobe Bryant last week: “I’m talking about Kobe, I’m talking about… all this man wanted to do was play basketball. If Kobe was his friend… Kobe, like, owns the team. He could’ve got the man back on the team. That’s all he wanted.”

Game wants the same for the two-time NBA champion: “Put Lamar on the Lakers, let him hoop.” Though a noble idea, there’s no telling what physical hardships Odom with endure just to live a normal life, especially with the looming kidney transplant.

Game sites his own experience of being in a coma for seven days and being able to lead an amazing life afterwards as proof enough that Lamar will make a solid recovery.


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