Khloé Kardashian has nothing to worry about.
Even at his bachelor party last night, Laker Lamar Odom was on his best behavior with his best bros.
While he decided to cancel the big bash at Les Deux that was originally planned, he opted for a small dinner party at STK with Joe Francis, Rob Kardashian, Scott Disick (aka Kourtney Kardashian's baby daddy), fellow Lakers Ron Artest, Sasha Vujacic, Josh Powell and D.J. Mbenga.
Lamar's crew was even joined by some Clippers, including Baron Davis, Marcus Camby and rookie Blake Griffin, who just happened to be having their own party at the club.
Joe, Scott and Rob held court at a table in the main dining room, while Lamar mostly mingled with his basketball boys in the bar area.
Despite one pretty partyer who approached him, Lamar showed little interest in any ladies. Girls were even banned from their booths at Guys & Dolls later in the night. Way to regulate!
The only complaint guests might have?
Lamar was tardy to his own party! Teammate Derek Fisher showed at STK at 9 p.m. and waited for Lamar for an hour before ditching to head home to his wife and kids.
Before he left, though, Fisher said he planned to get Odom a whopper of a wedding present: "How about another [NBA championship] ring!"
After dinner, Lamar, Rob, Scott and some Lakers who stayed headed over to Guys & Dolls, where Ron made a toast to his teammate. The guys drank magnums of Ace of Spades champagne.
Lamar was in great spirits, dancing and taking photos with fans. Before calling it a night, he requested Jay-Z and Beyoncé's "Bonnie and Clyde," perhaps as a tribute to himself and the bride-to-be.
Although there was a fight that broke out while the boys were inside partying, a source says they weren't involved.
Remember that other fight that went down at Guys, between Jayde Nicole and Joe Francis?
Since Joe threw the party last night, we're assuming he's invited to the wedding. And we know Brody's attending.
The people making the seating chart should have their work cut out for them.
—Additional reporting by Amy Paffrath