But not everyone cares so much about his feelings.
He's been dealing with some issues, which were the main cause of his departure from the Dallas Mavericks, but Mavs owner Mark Cuban isn't holding back.
"We tried. It didn't work. We move on.
Yeah, I think the winners are us. He didn't want to play. He decided to go elsewhere… Now we regroup and go forward. Now you just take the circumstances and make the best of it.
Every player goes through ups and downs. We try and put them in a position to succeed. You saw what we did—it didn't work. And you know, I just asked him, Does he want to go forward or not, is he in or out? I think he thought we were playing poker."
It's not that Cuban doesn't think he's a talented player, he thinks he has some real skill, it's just he:
"[…] went through some issues this year and we thought we could work through them with him and we weren't able to."
Because he couldn't work through his issues he was bringing too much "negative energy" to the team. So, was Lamar worth it?
"Did I get my money's worth? No. I don't know if the word's cheated, but did I get my money's worth? No."
Ooo. That's rough. We're sure your over $2,000,000,000 will keep you happy. LOLz!
We think this is the last thing Lamar needs right now.
At least he's still got his Khloe.
[Image via Mavrix Online.]