Odom had taken a leave of absence from the NBA team because he was apparently stressed over a trade he never wanted from the Los Angeles Lakers and from taking care of his sick father, People magazine reported Friday. He asked Friday to be placed on the Mavericks' development team, the nearby Frisco Legends, to get back into playing condition.
Kardashian may have been referring to Odom's difficult time when she posted a message on Twitter Saturday.
"Crazy/weird week but I'm putting fantastic vibes out into the universe. Vibes do your thing," she wrote.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said there is no question Odom will rejoin the team after his conditioning stint in Frisco.
"[Lamar] is doing great. D-League is rehab. [He] needs to get in great shape and then rejoin the Mavs," he told TMZ.
"Know how baseball teams send a guy down to the minor leagues to get some games in and get timing back? Same thing," Cuban added. "Things are going great. He is working super hard. All is good."
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