Los Angeles Rumors: Vujacic, Clippers, Kobe

February 17 at 11:04pm CST By Zach Links

Earlier tonight, we learned that former Lakers and Clippers standout Lamar Odom has agreed to play in Spain for the remainder of the season.  Odom was once deadset on making his NBA return with Doc Rivers and the Clippers, but he’ll presumably be more open to other opportunities as he tries to work his way back.  Here’s the latest out of the Staples Center..

  • The Clippers won’t re-sign Sasha Vujacic to a second 10-day contract, tweets Arash Markazi of ESPNLosAngeles.com.  Coach Doc Rivers says that the club could re-sign the veteran guard later on if they don’t use the roster spot on someone else.
  • Word from the Clippers camp indicates that they won’t part with a meaningful asset like Reggie Bullock or a first-round draft pick to avoid the luxury tax, tweets Zach Lowe of Grantland.com.  However, Lowe is somewhat skeptical and believes that might not prove to be true.
  • Kobe Bryant thinks the Lakers are well-positioned for the summer ahead, but he says doesn’t want to have input on the team’s decision-making, observes Brett Pollakoff of NBCSports.com.
  • Former Lakers guard Kareem Rush says he isn’t through playing just yet, writes Eric Pincus of the Los Angeles Times.

Chuck Myron contributed to this post.

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