Lamar Odom: To Win Back Khloe Kardashian, I Need to Win Over Kris Jenner!

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Ever since Khloe Kardashian dumped French Montana, we've been hearing rumors that Lamar Odom is doing everything in his power to win back his estranged wife.

Insiders say Lamar was thrilled to find out Khloe is single again, and the former NBA star is said to be going full-court press in his efforts to prove he's a changed man.

Lamar Odom Outside a Club
Klose Up of Khloe

Now, Lamar has reportedly realized that the way to win Khloe back isn't through flowers and candy but through convincing her mother that he can be a better husband. But he's gonna keep sending the flowers and candy just to be safe:

"He sends her her favorite flowers all the time just to make her smile," says one insider.

At the end of the day, however, Lamar is well aware that to cross the bridge back into Khloe's life, he must first confront the press-hungry troll that is Kris Jenner.

"Lamar knows that even if he earns Khloe's trust back, it's her mom who makes all the family decisions," says the source.

And of course, the Lamar knows that the best thing he can do to earn Kris' respect is to put down the crack pipe:

"Lamar is clean and sober now. He's been seeing a therapist and working out regularly, getting himself on the right track to win Khloe back."

Sounds all well and good, but Khloe just got out of a relationship with one shady dude, it may not be the best time for her to get back together with another. 

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