Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom Take Failed Chris Paul Trade in Stride
The E! Network stars took to Twitter when the LA Lakers announced a deal sending Odom to New Orleans -- which then promptly fell apart.
After what had to be a confusing night for two of its stars, all seems status quo in the Kardashian world on Friday morning.
In the hours after the Los Angeles Lakers seemed to be going through with a trade that would send forward, reality star and Khloe Kardashian's husband Lamar Odom to the New Orleans Hornets, the deal fell through.
The franchise was trying to drop Odom in a play to secure Hornets point guard Chris Paul. This kind of news might ruffle the LA-based Odom and Kardashian, who film their E! Network series Khloe and Lamar in the city, but after the dust settled on the incident, both seemed fairly casual about it on Twitter.
"When a team trades u and it doesn't go down? Now what?" wrote Odom, before noting that he was going to focus on "staying positive."
Kardashian seemed much more at ease with the idea of a trade.
"I would go anywhere with my hubby," she wrote. "I can survive anywhere... People are acting cray! LOL New Orleans is a great place. As long as I'm with Lam I'm good."
With the lockout-delayed NBA season keeping the Lakers on ice until the team's Dec. 31 home opener, Odom isn't playing much at all right now. But given the franchise's openness to sending him on his way, there still might be production changes in store for future installments of Khloe and Lamar.
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