Found March 16, 2012 on
Things haven’t been going real well for Dallas Mavericks forward Lamar Odom this season and he’s reportedly blaming his wife (much like we did) for his struggles.
Odom hasn’t played well since being traded to the Mavs and he was even supposed to spend some time in the D-League to get his head straight. Well, a report by In Touch says Odom believes his on-court struggles are a result of Khloe & Lamar, the reality show he does with wife Khloe Kardashian.
The report also claims Lamar is taking a step back from the marriage.
“He resents the show for taking his focus off the game,” a source close to Lamar reveals. The source adds that Lamar feels reality television and his association with the Kardashians has ruined his reputation! And Lamar is blaming the show for his trade to Dallas and the all the scrutiny over his personal life for his basketball woes.
As a result of his frustrations, Lamar is isolating Khloe and has even stopped being intimate with her! “He really shut down and told her to leave him alone for awhile,” the friend shares. Lamar is so upset he’s even stopped undergoing fertility treatments with his wife.”
These jerkoffs really know how to use exclamation points. Don’t they?!
Of course, Khloe denies all of this, but frankly, we really don’t care what the hell Khloe says. Could this be the end for Lamar and the ugly Kardashian sister?
We can only hope, much like we have been since his judgment left the building and he married her to begin with.
Lamar is averaging just over seven points and four rebounds this season.
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