Lamar Odom is one of the most gifted and versatile players in the NBA. After a recruiting scandal at UNLV (he never played a game as a Rebel), he transferred to the University of Rhode Island with a chip on his shoulder. A game-winning three against Temple led his squad to their first A-10 title, and he departed for the riches of the NBA. Odom has spent most of his NBA career in L.A., doing a four-year bid with the Clippers before taking his talents to South Beach. He has made more of a name for himself as the utility man for the Lakers two title teams, causing mismatch issues and always finding a niche each game to help him stand out. To celebrate his 32nd birthday today, Complex takes a look at Odom's sneaker game throughout his career — which is much more on point than you might expect for someone who's never had a signature shoe. Spoiler: he was holdin' Kobe down before ever landed in the Staples Center. Click here to check out our gallery of Lamar Odom's Greatest Sneaker Moments.