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Lamar Odom victimized in greatest "Got 'Em" ever

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Clippers' Twitter trend of photographing sleeping teammates, called #GotEm, on planes was taken to new heights when an apparently unconscious Lamar Odom turned into a #GotEm tapestry.

The Los Angeles Clippers are Twitter's greatest NBA team because of a game they like to play. It's called #GotEm, and it happens when members of the team, usually DeAndre Jordan, Chris Paul or Blake Griffin, photograph their teammates sleeping and tweet the photos with the hashtag "#GotEm." It's hilarious.

The Clippers' trip to China has been particularly fruitful. Everyone from Paul to new Clipper Grant Hill, from Caron Butler to Ronny Turiaf has been victimized (none so far for Griffin and Jordan, who probably are more like the Lopez twins than anyone gives them credit for). However, none of the pictures linked above match what they did to Lamar Odom.

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via Matt Barnes' Twitter

That's right, a full-on collage of messin' with Khloe Kardashian's husband. I don't know what any of those things on him or in his mouth are, but he must be on some heavy sleeping pills. Good lord, they literally put something in his mouth, and some gray, fan-like thing on his lap. No movement. Nothing.

Bless you Clippers. Don't ever change.


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