He's not back to 100%, but those close to Lamar Odom don't want him getting any ideas about being with Khloe Kardashian.
Jim Harrick, Odom's former basketball coach and friend of 20 years, spoke to Heat Magazine about visiting his friend.
“The concern now is getting him healthy and back to normal. He’s not himself yet,” Harrick, 77, explained.
Harrick revealed that Odom is as focused on his relationship with Kardashian as he is on his health.
“Lamar’s really concerned about the future and what’s going to happen next," Harrick admitted.
"I’m just trying to be a friend. Lamar’s grateful for the support.
"You know who your friends are when stuff like this happens.”
Harrick is worried what might happen if Odom and Kardashian toss out the divorce filing and give their marriage another try.
“I worry what might happen if things fall apart again [with Khloe],” Harrick told the magazine, adding that they were "on hold right now."
On Sunday, Odom joined Kardashian and her older sister, Kim for a hike in Calabasas, which Odom was able to complete.
Still, Harrick wants Odom (who is "still living in a rehab facitlity) to put his health above all else.
“All his kidneys and lungs and everything have come back to normal. He’s lost a bit of memory and was forgetting things. I wouldn’t say he’s 100 percent, but slowly he’s getting better. We’re taking it day by day."