Lamar Odom ‘Dating’ After Khloe Kardashian Divorce

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Basketball Player Lamar Odom Departs the New York State Supreme Court After a Child Custody Hearing with His ex-Girlfriend, Liza Morales, in Manhattan
Basketball player Lamar Odom departs the New York state Supreme Court after a child custody hearing with his ex-girlfriend, Liza Morales, in Manhattan, March 5, 2013. Reuters

Sometimes it can be nerve-wracking to re-enter the world of dating following a divorce, but for Lamar Odom, he' ready to get his dating muscles back in shape. After all, it has been more than five months since Khloe Kardashian filed divorce from him. A new report say that Lamar is now getting back into the dating scene.

A source told US Weekly via Hollywood Life that Lamar is extremely focused on getting his life back on track. This includes getting busy with training for his National Basketball Association (NBA) comeback, getting his personal life sorted out, and of course, mingling with women too. The source said that Lamar was initially "pissed" to witness Khloe's relationship with French Montana, but now, the basketball player couldn't care less. Lamar reportedly feels completely indifferent about Khloe's new relationship. What a good way to further save himself from worrying about his ex-wife than stop feeling disappointed and instead, start meeting new people.

"At first, he was pissed about French Montana, but now he doesn't care," the source alleged.

While Khloe seemed so hooked with French and appeared to be getting more serious than ever, Lamar is simply enjoying being in the dating scene. "Lamar's had a few dates with non-famous girls, but he's not serious about anyone yet."

Since their split, Lamar has managed to keep his personal life out of the spotlight.

Divorce certainly is one of those trials in life that brings huge whims in Lamar's life, but it doesn't mean that he can't thrive after split.

In addition to seeing other people, Lamar has stepped on back on the right career path after he was signed by the New York Knicks. Lamar's former coach and Knicks president Phil Jackson is confident that the New York born athlete will be able get his act together. Jackson told NY Post that Lamar has all the opportunity to train all summer to show everyone that he can still play good basketball.

Lamar's deal with the Knicks is a "non-guaranteed contract," but he might play on the Knicks' summer-league team in July in Las Vegas.


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