Fans weren't exactly happy to see Lamar Odom playing against his former team, the Los Angeles Lakers.
On Wednesday night, Khloé Kardashian Odom's hubby, now a Dallas Maverick, drew boos during the game in Dallas against the Lakers.
Khloé and mom Kris Jenner were in the crowd supporting their man, and the 32-year-old athlete also got some support from former teammate Kobe Bryant.
"That's just stupidity," Bryant told ESPN about the negative reactions to Odom. Bryant even appeared to give his pal a pep talk after the Mavericks lost to the Lakers, but told reporters it was "none of your business what I said."
"I'm a person, when I'm in love, you can't tell me anything," she explained to Jay Leno on The Tonight Show. "And you gotta go through it yourself. So I did what I believed in doing, and sometimes you don't want to hear what your family as to say."
Still, despite what she now sees were warning signs, she wouldn't take it all back: "I wouldn't have been who I am today had I not gone through that."
And Kim's not the only one staying positive about the split: Humphries told Life & Style he's "just going with the flow right now, trying to have fun in life."
"I just want people to see the lighter side to me," he said. "Life is too serious sometimes—people take things too seriously. I think everyone should be able to make fun of themselves and just have fun."