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This file photo shows Los Angeles Clippers' Lamar Odom (7) in action against the Golden State Warriors during an NBA basketball game in Oakland, Calif. on Jan. 2, 2013
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Lamar Odom seemed to relish the “peace and quiet” of his stay at a Nevada brothel over the weekend, opening up about his family and career in the NBA. But on Tuesday, workers entered his VIP suite and found him unresponsive on his bed.

Foam dribbled from his mouth. Traces of blood stained his nose.

TJ Moore, the manager of the Love Ranch bordello, said she sprinted into action when she heard the other women calling for her.

“I immediately grabbed him and tried to get him over on his right side,” Moore told NBC News.

A male employee of…

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