Lamar Odom has opened up about moving to Dallas, and it seems that he and Khloe Kardashian are going to be very popular there -- according to the NBA star, Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is "really into the reality thing."
Sounds like Mavs coach Rick Carlisle isn't the only one excited about Khloe and Lamar coming to Dallas. Carlisle previously called Khloe his favorite Kardashian and said that he wouldn't mind appearing on her reality show, and now Lamar has dished that owner Mark Cuban also digs the fact that the couple has their lives filmed.
According to E! Online, Lamar Odom had this to say about leaving the Lakers to play for the Dallas Mavericks: "They [the Lakers] were trying to make the best business move for themselves, which wasn't in my best interest, so I had to take control of the situation and land in a place...like Dallas, like Mark Cuban, and a team like the Mavericks, it was my first choice."
He also revealed to radio host Dan Patrick that Khloe Kardashian will be in Dallas Friday to work on making his hotel more like a home. And of course reality show cameras will be there with her to capture footage for both Khloe and Lamar and Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Khloe might not have any pals in Dallas right now, but it at least sounds like Mark Cuban and Rick Carlisle will work to make the couple as comfortable as possible (and they might become reality show stars themselves). Mavs star Shawn Marion also talked about landing his own reality show earlier this year, so perhaps he and Lamar Odom will bond over their love of reality TV.
Lamar will have to face the Lakers with his new team on Jan. 16, and it will certainly be a difficult moment for him (especially since his former teammate Kobe Bryant made it known that he was not happy about the Lakers ditching Lamar). However, Lamar Odom thinks another showdown will be even more uncomfortable. Here's what he had to say about facing Kris Humphries and the Nets in February: "That might be a little more awkward than going to L.A." He also said that he doesn't think Kim Kardashian will show up to watch that matchup.
But he has no hard feelings towards the Humph. In fact, he actually seemed to feel Kris Humphries' pain when he said, "I mean, I would feel bad for anybody that was put in that position and that happened to him, you know what I mean? That's gotta be pretty tough."
It's no wonder that Lamar has no problem living his life in the spotlight - he's a laid-back guy who doesn't try to make enemies, and he can definitely roll with the punches. Hopefully Khloe Kardashian is handling their move just as well.