Lamar Odom Trade Leaves Khloe Kardashian 'Sad But Positive'

'I make my relationship my priority,' Kardashian tells MTV News on Friday, just before Lamar's trade to the Dallas Mavericks.

Dallas is about to get a dose of the Kardashians. On Saturday, Khloé Kardashian's husband, NBA star Lamar Odom, was traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks. Kardashian took to Twitter to express her bittersweet feelings about Odom's departure from the Lakers.

"We are all sad, but positive energy gets you farther than negative," Kardashian tweeted.

Kardashian later wrote, "I am sure I will love it but I am a tad thrown off." She also reassured her fans, tweeting, "I am excited :) I know this is for a reason."

Earlier in the week, rumors were swirling that Odom could be traded to the New Orleans Hornets, which prompted Kardashian to tweet that wherever her husband would go, she would follow. "I would go anywhere with my hubby," she wrote. "I can survive anywhere. People are acting crazy! LOL New Orleans is a great place. As long as I'm with Lam, I'm good."

MTV News caught up with Kardashian at Z100's Jingle Ball concert in New York on Friday, where she was on hand as a special guest host. The E! reality star told us her secret to her two-year marriage to Odom.

"I make my relationship my priority," Kardashian said. "I make sure I go to every home game; that means a lot to him and it means a lot to me. I just make sure I cook him dinner at least twice a week. I just have to make sure that's my priority, and you just have to make it. If you both want to make it work, you will."

It's safe to say that wherever a Kardashian goes, the cameras will follow. So when will we see the next season of "Khloé & Lamar"? "I don't know. We don't have air dates or anything like that," Kardashian said. "I feel like we're always filming ... and then whatever gets placed into what show does that, so it's never concrete."

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