Sounds like Khloe-Lamar marriage really is very close to finally ending

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Lamar Odom and wife Khloe Kardashian in happier times.

It’s been rumored for months, but now it does look like Khloe Kardashian is finally doing what her family — especially “momanger” Kris Jenner — has been pushing for quite a while: End her marriage to troubled pro hoopster Lamar Odom.

A good BZ source close to the Kardashian clan confirmed Tuesday that “it’s really only a matter of time — and we’re talking a very brief time — and Khloe will end it.

“They have to work out all the financial details — and that’s complicated — but she knows she has to move on from Lamar.”

Details have been trickling out — the latest being Kardashian dropping Odom from her Instagram account.

However, still not admitting to a final breakup, Khloe’s publicist told the reality star still maintains “Odom” as her Twitter handle’s last name. “Her Twitter name was never changed and on Instagram she took off Kardashian AND Odom on her bio only. Her Instagram handle has ALWAYS been just Kardashian to match her twitter name — so both of her names are @KhloeKardashian.”

Got that?

†On top of all that, Lamar’s father, Joe Odom has ranted to RadarOnline — blaming the Kardashian family for all of his son’s problems, claiming marrying Khloe was the worst mistake his son ever made — ruining his reputation and his basketball career.

According to Papa Joe, it was the pressures put on him by doing the reality show that led him to turn to drugs. He called both Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian names, and hopes his son divorces Khloe and starts life anew “and as a single man try and get his life back together,” to beat his drug problem.

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