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Should Odom's apology be accepted?

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10:46 AM ET 10.04 | There was a time when someone could apologize to wash away the thoughts of any wrong doing. Those times are long gone. The Los Angeles Clippers' Lamar Odom should have gotten the memo before he apologizes to Mark Cuban about his poor play last season with the Dallas Mavericks. Let's look at the proof of why saying sorry can be null and void.

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October 4, 2012  08:20 PM ET

welcome back to LA, Lardashian!

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October 5, 2012  11:02 PM ET

This Lakers fan forgives you LO. ...After being insulted and the other things in life you had to deal with you had a right to be off your game... NOW just move on and help them Clips along with the Lakers make Staples the toughest place in the NBA to play.

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October 6, 2012  07:25 PM ET

i hope mark cuban forgives him. last year was a very hard year for him. one he lost a family member that was his best friend in the family. two he and his wife klhoe was having a hard time trying to have a baby. lamar is a good man and needs to be forgiven.

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