Lamar may be dying to get his sports career back in shape but he still has options to continue making money through the reality show as well.
"Khloe & Lamar" is not ending, at least not yet. A representative of Khloe Kardashian has denied the report that her reality show with husband Lamar Odom was canceled, saying it all depends on Lamar's schedule.
As previously reported, Lamar was put on the inactive list of Dallas Mavericks after a string of poor performance. It was alleged that his personal life had taken most of his energy and time that his sports career went spiraling down. TMZ said that the couple is going to move back to Los Angeles where Lamar has reportedly hired a personal trainer to help him get back on track.
As of the reality show, Khloe and Lamar opted to discontinue so that Lamar can focus on his games but E! allegedly has been trying to persuade them to reconsider. A representative for Khloe confirmed, "The show has not been canceled," adding production will "depend on their schedules as Lamar's basketball is [the] priority right now."
Khloe and Lamar will still occasionally appear on the original reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" which has just been renewed for three more years.