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NBA finals, Lakers Celtics Game 5: Lamar Odom knows his vodka bottles

Jun 14, 2010, 11:18 AM EDT

Thumbnail image for odom.pngLate in the fourth quarter of Game 5, Kobe Bryant stepped away from the free throw line when a fan threw something on the court almost hitting Lamar Odom.

Stay classy, Boston.

So what was it? The Riverside Press-Enterprise asked Odom (via SLAM).

“It looked like a vodka bottle,” said Odom, indicating that it was a miniature version. “It’s too bad. Someone could get hurt. I mean, I’ve seen it before, you know with tournaments around my way.”

Here’s what impresses me: In the middle of being focused on a crucial, tight Game 5, a small bottle comes whizzing by Odom’s head, and he could pick out that it was vodka. He probably knew the brand. That is some impressive alcohol bottle recognition. Apparently the man has spent some time in clubs.

  1. Jay - Jun 14, 2010 at 12:16 PM

    “Stay Classy Boston”? That’s original. I really like what you did there. You took the line from the movie Anchorman when he said “Stay classy San Diego” but you replaced San Diego with Boston! Brilliant!
    Big Deal. Fans sometimes throw stuff. Just ask Ron Artest.

  2. jeff - Jun 14, 2010 at 3:13 PM

    Hey Tiffany.. who are the Cletics??? and whats trshy?? are you trying to say “trophy” i dont know how that fits into your comment.. but anyways my point of this post is i have season tickets.. and NO WAY was that a vodka bottle.. that thing bounced high off the court.. it had to have been a bouncy ball or another type of ball

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