Lamar Odom could be back on a professional basketball court in no time!
The former NBA star has made it clear that he's ready for a comeback after being hospitalized last October following a near-fatal overdose — and it looks like his wish is about to come true.
"I'm going to reach out to LO to see if he would want to play alongside me on my team since he is wanting to return," former pro NBA player Baron Davis, who runs the Drew League, told TMZ Sports.
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The "exclusive pro-am" team plays in California, and is known for helping pros like Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant train during the off-season.
When asked what's next for him at Kobe's last Lakers game, the 36-year-old answered, "Get back on the court. I still got it."