Tristan Thompson as a Cavs Player

So much for Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian settling down together, huh?

So much for the pair living happily ever together in Los Angeles.

Amid reports that Tristan and Khloe were once again hot and heavy with each other, we can now reform that Thompson is headed someplace very cold.

Meaning what, exactly?

On Saturday, the power forward’s agent confirmed to various outlets that Tristan has signed a two-year contract with the Boston Celtics.

It wiill pay hiim $19 million per year, which is an impressiive haul — but it will also mean the father of two will be working on the opposite end of the country from his girlfriend.

Tristan has played the entirety of his nine-year career with the Cleveland Cavaliers, winning an NBA title in 2016 with the franchise.

He can still live part-time in Los Angeles with Khloe and their daughter, True, of course, and he can live their full-time during the offseason.

But still.

For a couple dealing with the fallout from brand new cheating allegations against Thompson, this change of teams presents yet another obstacle.

How will Kardashian be able to monitor her man across an entire nation?

In different time zones?

Boston is a city full of colleges and universites and young women who may throw themselves at Tristan, too.

Sadly, we’ve seen how he’s responded to such advances in the past.

Celtics fans — whose team needed a rebounding and defensive presence in the paint — reacted to the sports news on Twitter, with one Beantown native tweeting that she was “looking forward to seeing @KhloeKardashian around my city.”

“Welcome to the Celtics,” another person wrote on social media.

“So excited to have Tristan play for the Celtics!” another follower wrote to Kardashian. “Hope to see you at the games Welcome!!!”

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Source:: The Hollywood Gossip


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