Lamar Odom insists he doesn't have a drug problem.
The NBA ace, whose four year marriage to 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star Khloe Kardashian is reportedly on the rocks amid rumours he cheated on her twice and is addicted to crack cocaine, says he is absolutely not a drug addict and is in regular contact with his wife.
Asked if he is doing okay, the 33-year-old former Los Angeles Clippers star, who was arrested on August 30 for Driving Under the Influence [DUI] and had his licence suspended after refusing a chemical test, told gossip website TMZ.com on Monday night (09.09.13): ''How do I look?''
After being told he looks fine, Lamar replied: ''There you go.''
Lamar also dismissed rumours he has moved out of his home with Khloe, 29, and that they are having problems.
Asked if he had spoken to her recently, he laughed and said: ''That's my wife, of course.''
He also denied he needs professional help or is addicted to drugs and said he wanted his fans to know: ''I love them.''
Lamar also confirmed he is hoping to play basketball professionally this season despite currently being a free agent.
He said: ''Hopefully,'' and that he would play for ''anybody that's a fan.''
He added: ''Life is good man.''
Insiders previously revealed that Khloe has no idea where Lamar has been staying since she kicked him out of their house late last month after a failed intervention.
Lamar reportedly entered an unknown rehab facility last Wednesday (04.09.13), but he left just 24 hours on Thursday (05.09.13).
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