The bad news is that he doesn't believe he needs in-patient rehab and thinks he can kick his drug problem on his own, TMZ reports.
The NBA pro basketballer supposedly believes in "self-healing" and says he has the willpower to kick his drug habit on his own. According to TMZ, he's removing certain friends from his life who he feels are bad influences on his sobriety.
Lamar also is apparently open to getting help, but only privately and in an out-patient capacity, not a traditional in-patient rehab. Khloe Kardashian's husband checked into rehab briefly after getting a DUI, only to check out one day later.
Khloe has been urging him to get treatment for awhile, and although he wants to save their marriage, TMZ reports his motivation to get sober is really so he rejoin an NBA team.
The 33-year-old was spotted visiting the home he shares with Khloe this week looking noticeably thinner.
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