Lamar Odom Caught Alone For The First Time During Recovery

Lamar Odom Caught Alone For The First Time During Recovery

Lamar Odom

Lamar Odom is showing more and more positive signs of recovery as he continues to step out following his hospitalization.

After making a trip to a Calabasas grocery store on Saturday, the former NBA player was spotted a second time this weekend, taking some time to catch a college baseball game at Calif. State University, Northridge on Sunday.

Lamar appeared in good spirits, donning some sports gear as he took a seat in the stadium to watch the CSUN Matadors take on CSU Bakersfield.

An onlooker snapped a photo and shared the sighting on Twitter.

TMZ also reports Odom arrived by himself and met up with a man who is believed to be a trainer at the campus training facility. He stayed the entire game and was rooting for the home team.

This is a huge step for the former Lakers star, after being found unconscious at a Las Vegas brothel due to a drug overdose, doctors questioned if Odom would ever be able to walk and communicate on his own.

Lamar Odom made a major statement about his drastic recovery when he flew to New York City with Khloe Kardashian and walked into Yeezy Season 3 alongside Kanye West.

The Kardashian’s seem to have had quite a big impact on his recovery process.

“When Lamar isn’t in physical therapy he is with Khloe. They continue to be closer than ever. No one really knows what will happen with them in the future,” a source told us. “Khloe is so proud of him. She encourages and motivates him everyday.”

Khloe also shared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show recently, “[Lamar] has hung out with Kourt’s and [Kim’s] kids. He loves family time. So, he’s been doing really good. I think it makes him feel good to be around everyone, too, and to just be in a happy environment over obviously where he was.”

The former couple continues to spend quality time together while he proceeds with his ongoing treatment. This seem to help Lamar Odom recover faster

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