Dallas had better be "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," because the city will soon have one to call its own now that Khloe and husband Lamar Odom are moving to the Lone Star State for his new assignment with the Mavericks, the reigning NBA champions. But there's at least one Texan who won't be tuning in to see how the move plays out on reality TV.
"He is a great basketball player," Maverick owner Mark Cuban tells me. "I'm not getting into the stuff about the show."
Whether Cuban likes it or not, wherever a Kardashian goes, a reality TV crew is not far behind.
"Moving to a new city to support her husband and leaving her family behind is TV gold," one TV executive tells me. "Lamar and Khloe's own show, which debuted last April, was a huge hit, and now it will be even bigger with all this new emotional news."
Khloe is already expressing her mixed feelings about the move, taking to Twitter to say, "We are all sad but positive energy gets you farther then negative." She later added, "I have no doubt about it! I am excited :) I know this is for a reason."
And if we know the Kardashians, it won't be long before older sisters Kourtney and Kim turn up courtside to cheer on Lamar and the Mavericks.
"Both sisters love Dallas," an insider tells me. "Kim once dated Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin, and Kourtney spent two years living in the city as a student at SMU. Plus, everyone knows Dallas has great shopping and would be the perfect place to open a new DASH following California, New York and Miami."
We have a feeling Kim and Kourtney are dusting off their cowboy boots as we speak.