Khloe Kardashian's estranged husband, Lamar Odom, has moved to Spain to play basketball for Laboral Kutxa in the Basque city of Vitoria-Gasteiz for two months but may extend his contract.
Khloe Kardashian's estranged husband has moved to Spain.
Lamar Odom, who was served divorce papers from the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star in December following months of rumours he was addicted to crack cocaine and cheated on her with several different women, has temporarily relocated from Los Angeles to the Basque city of Vitoria-Gasteiz, after signing a contract to play basketball for Laboral Kutxa.
A spokesperson for the team told UsMagazine.com that the ex-LA Lakers player, 34, has been signed for two months with an option to extend to the end of the season.
The former 'Khloe & Lamar' star arrived in Spain today (18.02.14) and his presentation as a new player will take place later this week.
An insider added: ''He will probably be a spectator at the match and introduced to the crowd during half-time.''
Khloe, 29, had been living apart from her husband of four years, who also previously played for the LA Clippers, for several months prior to their split late last year.
The brunette beauty was ''a shattered person'' after making the difficult decision to end her marriage, but a source recently said Lamar doesn't feel he is responsible and was concerned about how their split would be portrayed on her family's E! reality series as he is desperate to get his career back on track.
The friend said: ''Lamar is afraid that his drug use and cheating will be addressed on the show.
''At the same time, he is trying to make a career comeback and he thinks this is going to hinder and hurt those efforts. He feels he's going to be used to get ratings for the Kardashians.''
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