UPDATE: The plug hasn't been pulled yet, says a rep for Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom. The couple's reality show, "'Khloe & Lamar' has NOT been cancelled, it's just on hold while schedules are figured out," the rep told People.
PREVIOUSLY: The Kardashians may have just signed an impressive $40 million deal with E!, for three more seasons of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," but they might be saying goodbye to one of their spinoff shows.
Sources tell TMZ that Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have decided to pull the plug on their show, "Khloe & Lamar."
In the middle of the worst season of his NBA career, Lamar parted ways with the Dallas Mavericks, but remains on the inactive list waiting to see if he'll be traded next season. Rumors that Lamar wanted to quit reality TV have been circulating for months and now sources say he's more determined than ever to find his way back to the basketball court.
Sources told TMZ, Lamar believes he can make a comeback only if he's focused on one project -- and that means saying goodbye to the cameras that document his and Khloe's every move on the show.
Last month sources told HollywoodLife, "Lamar never thought being part of a reality show would have such an impact on his life. At the beginning, Lamar thought it would be fun to be part of the show. But when he got let go from the Lakers, he realized the show was nothing but a distraction," claims the source. "The show started taking a toll on Lamar and Khloe's relationship when he got traded. It was kind of a wake-up call for Lamar. He's scared about his future and his career."
As of now, the fate of the show seems undecided. A rep for the couple told Gossip Cop, "We are not sure what the future holds, but for now it will depend on everyone’s schedules," adding that Odom’s basketball schedule is the main "priority."
For their part, the couple have remained silent about the reports. Khloe was busy tweeting and encouraging fans to watch last night's episode that aired on E!, but hasn't commented to say if the couple's show is really canceled.