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Lamar Odom training for NBA and trying to win Khloe Kardashian back

NBA player Lamar Odom arrives to attend a custody hearing with ex-girlfriend Liza Morales at New York State Supreme Court on March 5, 2013 in New York City. Morales is the mother of Lamar's nine-year old daughter and five-year old son.
NBA player Lamar Odom arrives to attend a custody hearing with ex-girlfriend Liza Morales at New York State Supreme Court on March 5, 2013 in New York City. Morales is the mother of Lamar's nine-year old daughter and five-year old son.
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Lamar Odom is working hard on his return to the NBA but that is not his only motivation. Sources say that the NBA's fallen star still wants his wife Khloe Kardashian back. Despite the fact that Khloe seems to have moved on with French Montana, Odom thinks if he trains hard and proves that he is healthy and done with drugs, that Kardashian will take him back. According to Hollywood Life on Thursday, Lamar Odom is doing everything he can to fix his broken marriage.

Is Odom's recent plan to win Khloe back too little, too late? The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star seems pretty happy in her current relationship with rapper French Montana. She recently celebrated a birthday in which Montana showered her in gifts. He even gave her a new Jeep on top of other expensive jewelry and other gifts.

So why does Lamar Odom think he still has a chance? Probably because the two are still married. So long as Khloe hasn't divorced Lamar, he thinks he can fix it. Lamar keeps on trying to win Khloe back despite reports that she has filed for divorce and that Lamar plans to fight it.

According to numerous reports, Lamar Odom is drug-free and getting ready for next season in the NBA. He has been gaining weight and adding muscle as he readies for the upcoming season. Odom is currently listed on the New York Knicks roster and is looking forward to turning his life around.

His current deal is not guaranteed and he will certainly need to prove himself in order to stay in the NBA. Lamar Odom is 34-years old now and quickly becoming to old to play in the NBA. If he doesn't make it now, he probably never will be back. He began training in June and fans can hope to see him come off the bench when the 2014-15 NBA season starts.