Welp. Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian are *NOT* Engaged.


[image-1]UPDATE: Reporter Dave McMenamin Tweeted that sources close to Tristan Thompson have denied both the engagement to Khloe Kardashian and the associated reality TV series. 

Ain't celebrity news the greatest? 

There are now multiple reports that Cavs' big man Tristan Thompson has proposed to short-term girlfriend Khloe Kardashian, with whom he seems to have had no trouble whatsoever keeping up. Unsurprisingly, Khloe agreed. 

That's right Cavs' fans: After only two months of dating, Thompson has been enticed by the same reality TV star who wooed and wed Lamar Odom, whom she married only one month after meeting him at a party. (From this vantage, Thompson and Kardashian have been together forever.) Kardashian has also dated several other NBA players, James Harden among them. 

The ever-credible InTouch Weekly broke news after the initial scoop that the lovebirds would host an extravagant wedding (an affair to rival Kim and Kanye's!) which would be incorporated into their own reality TV show

With so much love and perfume in the air, Thompson's stats are destined to take a nosedive this year. The reassuring news is the pair should certainly be long-divorced by the time the playoffs roll around. 

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