The 38-year-old player announced his plans to be a professional player again.
Speaking about his future, the two-time NBA champion said, per Clutch Points: “I’m getting myself into game shape, which I’m not too far from it now. I’ll be playing. Hopefully, I’ll be playing. I also plan to play in the CBA in China in 2019 … I just want to compete again. NBA2K is not enough.”
The last Lamar Odom’s stop was the New York Knicks. The Sixth Man of the Year (2011) on April, 16, 2014 signed a deal with the Knicks for the remainder of the 2013-2014 season. On July 11, 2014, he was waived by the team.