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Khloe Kardashian: Why She Won’t See James Harden On Lamar Odom’s Birthday

Mon, November 2, 2015 5:00pm EDT by Chris Rogers 6 Comments

Lamar Odom’s birthday is just a few days away, and Khloe Kardashian plans to give him exactly what he wants on his big day — herself! But that means she won’t have any time to see her boyfriend, James Harden, before his game, has EXCLUSIVELY learned.

Poor James Harden, 26 — he’ll always play second fiddle to Lamar Odom. Khloe Kardashian‘s husband turns 36 years old on Friday, Nov. 6, and she plans to spend the day with him, rather than see James before his game in Sacramento later that evening. And she can’t attend his game because she has a prior commitment — a surprise — has EXCLUSIVELY learned. To hear more about Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!

“Khloe’s aware of James’ entire NBA schedule, and she planned on attending every game she could before everything happened with Lamar. But now her schedule is very hectic. James has a game on Lamar’s birthday, but she’s going to spend the day with her husband. She’ll see James the next day in LA, when they play the Clippers,” a source tells EXCLUSIVELY.

We think it’s sweet that Khloe wants to spend time with Lamar on his birthday, but if she’s still dating James, which she claims to be, we wish she could find time to see both of them that day. We can imagine James loving seeing his girl before each game. But Khloe has a pretty busy schedule that day. Not only is she spending time with Lamar at the hospital, but a source very close to the Keeping Up With the Kardashian star tells us that she has a “prior commitment (a surprise) that was planned months and months in advance.”

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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray