Storage Wars man wins auction for Lamar Odom’s storage unit
It seems like former Los Angeles Lakers star forward Lamar Odom is already moving on from a tumultuous string of events after he dropped out of the NBA five years ago.
A Redditor by the name of BuckChartowski posted a video of a Storage Wars family winning Odom’s old storage unit in an auction, which contained hundreds of pieces of basketball memorabilia.
Over the last couple of years, Odom’s life has spiraled downwards, and after being unable to pay off or forgetting about his storage unit, a family from Storage Wars was able to bid and win the unit.
In the video, the man goes through all of Odom’s things, showing fans and viewers just how much the former NBA star stored in terms of NBA gear, Team USA basketball gear, artwork, signed basketballs, and tons of other memorabilia. At the beginning of the clip, the man also makes an awesome gesture and offers Odom a chance to buy the stuff he lost back. The new owner says that Odom has interest in a couple of times, but that the rest of the stuff will be auctioned off on the new owner’s eBay page.
Odom has recently announced that he will be returning to professional basketball in China.
I have some good news to share with you on this beautiful day from The Netherlands. My heart literally warms up now I can finally share with you all that I'm returning to play Basketball. I will be playing in China ! God is good ! Thanks lord for giving me another chance in life and thank you fans for your the love and support during all those hard years. Never give up on yourself and keep believing that only god can create the miracles you're hoping for. Basketball and my children have always been the light in my life and this is where my focus is right now. Thank you @mr2rchiang and @iamzoul @georgeboss77 for believing in me and the opportunity to start over again! Thank you @starburymarbury for being my inspiration 🙏🏿🏆❤️ LETS GOO ! #china #basketball #yes
Odom has been working hard towards getting his life back on track after his near-death experience last year.