BIG3 Deactivates Lamar Odom, Baron Davis for Remainder of 2019 Season

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BIG3 Deactivates Lamar Odom, Baron Davis for Remainder of 2019 Season

Former NBAers Lamar Odom, Baron Davis, Jermaine O'Neal, and Bonzi Wells have been "deactivated" from the BIG3, the three-on-three halfcourt league announced Wednesday night. All four of the aforementioned players were deactivated by the league on Wednesday in an official press release from the league.

He added, players who aren't playing or who "can't play" or have "health issues" that prevent them from playing shouldn't be a part of the BIG3 organization. As the premier profesisonal 3-on-3 league in the world, we are always striving to improve the quality of both the live and broadcast experience for our fans as well as the level of competition. "I love the guy". The co-captain of the expansion squad Enemies, Odom had registered just two points, four rebounds and an assist. But after struggling in his first game, Odom said in a televised interview that "once I got my rhythm back, it should be no problem".

According to TMZ, the former Los Angeles Laker saw his return to basketball come to screeching halt after he was kicked out off Ice Cube's professional basketball league following one game.

Lamar Odom's basketball comeback will have to wait.

Other notable names who were sidelined in the same series of transactions included Baron Davis, 40, Jermaine O'Neal, 40, and Bonzi Wells, 42. While it was assumed that all of the aforementioned players were dealing with injuries, that isn't actually the case.

The BIG3 League is not playing around.

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