Mavericks general manager Donnie Nelson said Monday that Lamar Odom's reality television show was never an issue while the 6-10 forward was a member of the Mavs.
On several occasions this season, Odom and his reality star wife, Khloe Kardashian, had cameras at American Airlines Center, including the Mavs locker room, during filming for the current season of the show Khloe & Lamar, which airs Sunday's on E! Entertainment.
"That really was a very secondary type thing," Nelson said. "As you know, there's no one that understands media more than our owner does. That's never been an issue."
Odom, who won Sixth Man of the Year honors last year with the Lakers, never seemed comfortable as a member of the Mavericks. Following Monday's practice at AAC, it was announced that Odom and the Mavs had parted ways.
Ironically, Sunday night's episode of the reality show was the first that showcased Odom's arrival in Dallas. After spending 11 seasons in Los Angeles, it's showcased in the episo...