Lamar Odom is unlikely to receive a guaranteed deal after being arrested for allegedly driving under the influence.

Odom is reportedly dealing with a drug issue that could jeopardize his future in the NBA.

“I would say he is beyond toxic at this point,” one general manager said. “Just going by what he is giving you on the court, he would have been a risk anyway, maybe someone you give a partial guarantee to just to see if he can turn things around. But with the circus that’s around him off the court now, no way. I think that’s the end of Lamar Odom in the NBA. It’s a shame.”

Odom averaged 4.0 points on 39.9 percent shooting for the Los Angeles Clippers last season.