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Apparently the married pair of four years is looking for a fresh start. TMZ is reporting that Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have secretly put their Tarzana, CA mansion on the market for $4 million. They purchased it in 2009 for $3.95 million.
The house was put on a sale as a pocket listing, which means it will not appear on the multiple listing service. Any prospective buyers must pre-qualify by showing proof that they can afford the house before they are even allowed to see it.
TMZ’s insiders also added that Kardashian is the driving force behind the sale saying she wants to “start fresh and move on”.
Whether she wants to start fresh with Odom or as a single woman still remains unclear. Recently the two made their first public appearance together in months, following the rumors of Odom’s drug addiction and alleged affair.
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It's looks like time is winding down for the marriage of Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian who are secretly selling their Los Angeles mansion, according to TMZ. Real estate sources tell the gossip site that Kardashian has given several San Fernando Valley realtors a pocket listing — meaning the house will not appear in the multiple listing service — in order to sell the...
Finally, some good news in Lamar Odom's life for a change.
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The win was the Magic's third in a row, and gives them their first three-game streak since December of last season.
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The focus during Thursday night's 102-97 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers at AmericanAirlines Arena was undeniable and unbending.
The Miami Heat weren't going to allow Chris Paul to beat them.
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LeBron James may have a habit of swatting away opponents’ layup attempts on fast breaks, but Los Angeles Clippers guard J.J. Redick should be embarrassed after he decided to pull up for a short jumper with his team trailing in the fourth quarter instead of challenging James:
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