Former basketball star Lamar Odom is to star in a new docuseries exploring his turbulent life and career.
The ex-Los Angeles Lakers player has teamed with producer Jojo Ryder on the series, which will feature many of his National Basketball Association (NBA) peers including Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade, and Trevor Ariza, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Odom’s ex Liza Morales, the mother of his three children, Destiny, Lamar Jr. and the late Jayden, will also be interviewed and the show will take another look at his marriage to Khloe Kardashian, previously chronicled on Keeping Up With the Kardashians and spin-off Khloe and Lamar.
The docuseries will also reportedly deal with his struggles with addiction, which culminated when he nearly lost his life to a drug overdose in a Nevada brothel in 2016.
Announcing the project, Odom says: “I decided to tell my own truth through my documentary. I think this will give my fans a look into my life and to understand who Lamar Odom is and hopefully I will be able to inspire people.
“I might not have made the best decisions a lot of times throughout my life, but I surely am a product of my environment that has made me. I think Jojo Ryder did a great job showing my real story and diving deep into my childhood and my roots.”
The two-time NBA champion has recently enjoyed and endured new ups and downs in his personal life, as he got engaged to personal trainer Sabrina Parr, before they split earlier this month.
The pair has subsequently reunited, however, and jetted off on holiday together amid reports of a reconciliation.