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Dallas has been without guard Delonte West (right finger fracture) for more than two weeks. Carlisle also said center Brandan Wright will miss Saturday’s game with a concussion.
“We’re struggling and could use the extra manpower,” Carlisle said.
The Mavericks have said he was away for a family matter and personal reasons.
Dallas has lost four in a row, including a 97-92 setback Friday night against last-place New Orleans.
“It’s time for him to be back with his teammates and play,” Carlisle said.
Odom entered Saturday night’s game averaging 7.7 points and 4.5 rebounds per game in his first season with Dallas.
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