The Knicks are "weighing" whether to sign Lamar Odom before the regular season ends, according to Marc Stein.
Free agent Lamar Odom has met twice with Knicks president Phil Jackson, according to the New York Post.
Lamar Odom's contract with Laboral Kutxa in Spain was terminated after he left to rehab his ailing back in the U.S. for two months.
Lamar Odom is expected to sign with Laboral Kutxa in Spain.
Lamar Odom has returned to L.A. after two weeks of "strenuous workouts" and could be ready to play by mid-January.
Neither Lamar Odom nor the Clippers are in any rush to ink a deal.
Lamar Odom reportedly looks "very good physically" and is getting closer to being able to play.
Lamar Odom was seen working out at the University of Rhode Island.
Doc Rivers confirmed that he's met with free agent Lamar Odom.
According to reports, an NBA executive said Lamer Odom "looked pretty good" and that he is "not heavy weight-wise."
The Clippers could be close to signing Lamar Odom, according to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports.
Lamar Odom is being closely monitored by both Los Angeles teams.
TMZ is reporting that Lamar Odom is flying to New York in order to meet with some NBA teams that may have interest in signing him.
Lamar Odom's arraignment was rescheduled for October 10th.