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‘Candy and porn’: Former NBA star Lamar Odom gives up adult movies and sweet treats

‘Candy and porn’: Former NBA star Lamar Odom gives up adult movies and sweet treats
Two-time NBA champion and 2004 Olympian Lamar Odom has revealed that he cut out porn and candy from his life in a pursuit to return to professional basketball.

The 39-year-old was recently deactivated from the Big3 – a professional basketball league featuring All-Stars, Hall of Famers, and world champions – for being out of shape.

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Candy and porn,” Odom said when asked what he has excluded from his life. “I’m trying to be better.”

The former basketball star claims he hasn’t watched porn for over a month, adding that he was trying to stick to a ‘healthier’ lifestyle

He also said that his girlfriend and personal fitness coach, Sabrina Parr, is helping him with his diet and workouts.

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Odom, who previously claimed to have had sex with more than 2000 women, including strippers and prostitutes, said he is working on changing his life.

In May, the ex-NBA star revealed that he cheated during the 2004 Athens Olympics by using a fake penis to undergo doping control.

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