It looks like Tristan Thompson has managed to keep up with his Kardashian. But, of course, it came at a cost.
According to a source quoted by People, the Cleveland Cavaliers big man is being kept on a "tight leash" by his girlfriend Khloè Kardashian, who decided to stay with him even in the wake of the recent cheating revelations.
Thompson was caught on camera getting intimately close to more the one female while Khloè was pregnant with their baby daughter, True, and it's obviously a lot harder for the Reality TV star to trust the Cavs forward, given what she's seen.
“She has good days and bad days with Tristan,” the source revealed. “They had a very calm relationship before those videos and pictures were released. Now, their relationship has changed.
“Of course it’s hard for Khloé to trust Tristan when he goes out of town for games. She knows her family is right when they warned her to not trust him. But she still wants to keep trying to have a great relationship with Tristan again.
The source also claimed that Khloè has become "more needy" since her boyfriend was exposed and he has a lot less space nowadays; although, he has basketball things to deal with, which probably helps him loads on that front.
“She thinks it’s up to him to prove himself that he can be a great partner and dad," the source continued. "She’s definitely more needy and in his face now. This has been causing some conflicts."
Thompson, though, has been great with his new daughter, and it's believed that the way he has been handling her was one of the factors that led to Khloè staying put.
“Tristan has been so sweet with True, and that makes Khloé so happy,” the source added. "Khloé seems great. She loves being a mom and can’t stop talking about True. She talks to her sisters several times a day.”
Meanwhile, Thompson is about to head into the NBA Finals with the Cavs, who defeated the Boston Celtics in a grueling seven-game Eastern Conference series. They will come up against the Golden State Warriors yet again, however, and it's admittedly hard to imagine them getting over that final hurdle.