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Ace Da Renegade
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who's good for Odom?

if not the lakers where's a good fit for him? and what would he bring to their team plus how would that team improve?


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hm

if he went back to miami.. i think it could boost them into the second round.

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He Would Be Great on any

He Would Be Great on any team........He Is So versatile !!!

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Portland

Portland has been looking for a forward like him. Also, Houston we be good.

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Hou. Rockets

if he went to hou. wen healthy they would be a beast in the west, but they're really healthy so thats a big if

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he should sign with

he should sign with cleveland. he gives them exactly what they are lacking; an ability to guard the versatile power forward, rebounding, and he is already comfortable coming off of the bench. Lets face it: Cleveland's second unit is anemic on offense at best. That being said I'm not sure the Cavs would open up the checkbook to sign him. I think Houston would be a good fit too. They badly need size and scoring.

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Hubie Brown

Every team needs a play who can play all five positions. Does anyone remember when he started his rookie season at point guard. What about his second season at shooting guard. Odom can play. He's actually reincarnated in Charlie Villnueva.

Dhamp...the greatest basketball mind in the world. Next to Hubie Brown anyway.

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