DALLAS -- The Lamar Odom Era in Dallas has offically ended.
In a four-team deal Friday, the Dallas Mavericks traded Odom to the Los Angeles Clippers, who then traded point guard Mo Williams to the Utah Jazz. The Mavs received at least an $8.5 million trade exception from the Jazz.
The Mavs also sent the draft rights to Shan Foster to the Jazz. Foster, who spent last season playing in Belguim, was the 51st pick of the 2008 draft.
The Clips also traded the draft rights to Furkan Aldemir -- he was the 53rd pick of Thursday's NBA Draft -- to the Houston Rockets. In addition, the Mavs received 6-9, 235-pound Serbia power forward Tadija Dragicevic -- a 2008 second-round pick by the Jazz -- from Utah, and some cash considerations from the Rockets.
Dragicevic, 26, has never played in the NBA and spent the past two seasons playing in Rome and Berlin.
The trading of Odom ends one of the most controversial eras of any player in Mavs history.
-- Dwain Price
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