Lamar Odom is headed for Texas now that he’s been traded to the Dallas Mavericks.
Last week it looked like Lamar was going to suiting to play in the Big Easy as part of the New Orleans Hornets. Then the NBA blocked the trade that would have seen the Lakers shedding one of its veteran players.
Two days after the block, the Lakers revised the three-team deal that was blocked yet again. Despite the obstacles, though, Lamar is still being shipped off to a new city.
Lamar was more than a little upset during a chat on ESPN while discussing the Lakers’ efforts to move him off the roster, and he questioned whether the decision has anything to do with his E! reality show "Khloé & Lamar," a series revolving around Lamar and his wife Khloé Kardashian.
Khloé has shown her husband a lot of support throughout the trade ordeal, but she is putting on a brave face in the wake of news that she would have to relocate her life.
“I am blessed and happy anywhere as long as I am with my family! God is great!” Khloé tweeted. “Blessed beyond words! I love ALL of my dolls!”
She admitted a little later that she was a bit perplexed about this big change in her life, adding, “I am sure I will love it but I am a tad thrown off…I know for a fact blessings are everywhere!!! Everything happens for a reason. God is great.”
And it didn’t stop there. Yet again leaning on her faith, Khloé quoted Jeremiah 29:11 from the Bible: "’For I know the plans I have for u,’ declares the LORD, "plans to prosper u and not to harm u, plans to give u hope and a future." Jeremiah,’" she tweeted.
But what does this move mean for the couple’s show and "Keeping Up With the Kardashians"? Nothing more than a change of location.
A source close to production said that "cameras will follow it all," meaning that this development will show up in the plot lines of both series. Now the question is: Will Dash be opening a shop in Dallas?
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