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Khloe and Lamar Odom (pictured) are saying “ta-ta “to their E! Entertainment reality show, with the hopes of concentrating on Lamar’s  held-together-by-a-thread basketball career, reports the TMZ.

RELATED: No Surprise: Lamar Odom Parts Ways With Dallas Mavericks

While their show is canceled, they will still occasionally appear on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” which their show spun off of.

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Lamar, who is a 13-year-veteran of the sport, demonstrated a less-than-stellar performance on the courts this year with the Dallas Mavericks. Consequently, his performance has placed him on the Inactive list.  According to sports analysts, the Mavericks were pretty fed up with Lamar’s lack of drive and effort.  Instead of cutting Lamar from his Dallas contract, though, next season the 6’10” player could be traded.

Lamar, who was an L.A. Laker for seven years before being traded to Dallas, had a profound love for the Lakers that he constantly expressed on his reality show, explaining why the 32-year-old reportedly became a broken man when he learned that his beloved team dumped him.  Lamar’s trading reportedly left him with depression and abandonment issues, which can be traced to his rough childhood.

Lamar lost his mother to cancer when he was 12, and his father, a heroin addict, was never there for him growing up.

In preparation for the trading season, Lamar has hired trainers to help him with his game.


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