“Tristan is going through a bit of a tailspin because the Cavs are really bad,” the insider tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “They fired their [head] coach [Tyronn Lue]. Kevin Love, their best player, is injured and will be out for a long time, and they haven’t won a single game. Tristan’s livelihood is through basketball and none of that is working out right now and he is taking his bad mood home with him.”Here we thought that any relationship issues the duo were going through stemmed from serial infidelity and/or the stresses of a long-distance relationship involving a famous basketball player and an internationally famous reality star from an uber-famous family, but we were wrong. It's really being complicated by a reality check that Tristan's now digesting after somehow waltzing into the season unaware of what happened in July.
“It is absolutely putting a strain on his relationship with Khloe,” the source claims. “It just feels for Tristan that a lot of things are currently falling apart and should be so much better. Khloe has tried to reiterate that things will get better, but Tristan is in a different mind frame and it is putting some stress on his personal life. If the Cavs’ woes continue, it will most likely continue the woes at home and with Khloe.”
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