It seems that even though we previously mentioned Khloe & Lamar was being canceled, Khloe Kardashian's reps are denying they've pulled the plug!
Khloe's rep said:
"The show has not been canceled. [Further production will] depend on their schedules as Lamar's basketball is [the] priority right now."
Lamar Odom seems stuck between a rock and hard place at the moment.
He's been dealing with so many issues that it's affected his game.
Now that he's on the inactive roster for the Dallas Mavericks things aren't looking too good. Hopefully he'll be traded.
A fresh start with a new team seems like it's just what he needs.
A source close to Lamar said he plans on focusing on his basketball career and even will be getting trainers to help him get his game back — and that means no reality show.
The source said:
"There will not be another season of Khloe & Lamar. This was Lamar’s decision. He wants to concentrate solely on his basketball career.
Kris was not happy about the decision and is already trying to figure out how to keep the two of them in the limelight. Khloe wanted another season of the show but understands how important it is for Lamar to get his career going. Plus Lamar didn’t want the cameras following him around when he doesn’t even know where he will be playing ball. He thought it would be completely humiliating and a huge distraction.
The fact that he is even making appearances on Keeping Up With The Kardashians is a huge deal because at first he didn’t want to do any reality TV. Khloe pretty much had to choose her marriage over reality TV, so I am glad she made the right decision — even though Kris was not supportive of it."
So he'll be focusing on his basketball career but also possibly doing his reality show still?
"Rep" always trumps "source" but it's crazy how much conflicting information there is out there.
We're interested to see what actually happens in the end. TV show or basketball career?
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