Lamar Odom continues to struggle on offensePosted by Inside Hoops
[Clippers forward Lamar] Odom is in shape now after struggling with his conditioning earlier in the season.
He’s rebounding the ball well — Odom is third on the Clippers in rebounds per game (5.8) while playing 20.3 minutes per game.
It’s his lack of offense that has caused so much consternation among his teammates, coaches and Clippers fans.
Odom is averaging a career-low 3.9 points while shooting 39.7% from the field, the second-lowest percentage of his career.
“It takes time and it’s humbling,” Odom said. “All you can do is keep at it.
“I just stayed with it. You don’t have no choice but to get better when you practice every day against Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan and Jamal [Crawford]. Everything that we do is intense. So time will come and hopefully it can stay.”
– Reported by Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times