Khloe Kardashian brings the kids to see Tristan Thompson play for the first time

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He brought True and Tatum to see Tristan play

… for the first time !!!

Chloe Kardashian He turned Tristan ThompsonThe latest NBA game turned into a family affair… he turns to his game with a very special entourage — including their kids.

The reality TV star and her two children with her daughter, Tristan TRUE And his son Tatum – Featured at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse on Monday… where the Cleveland Cavaliers are scheduled to take on the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

Khloe Kardashian is at home for tonight’s Cavaliers game. ( May 13, 2024

… This game is extra special because it’s the first time True and Tatum have seen Papa Bear play professionally, sources familiar with the situation told TMZ. We’re told True asked to go to a game… so Khloe wanted to make this a special outing for her.

While Tatum may be a bit young for this sporting event, sources say Khloe thinks it will be fun to see his take on his father in action.

Before the big game, Khloe was seen wearing an all-leather look while holding hands with her son, Tatum. Tatum, who is just 21 months old, appeared to walk with great confidence as the family made their way to the arena. True chose to wear a bright pink jersey and bright shoes, ditching the Cavaliers’ signature team colors of wine, gold, navy blue and black.

Chloe also played the role of chaperone for her nephew, Saint Westwho joined her kids for the big night in Cleveland. Kim kardashianThe eldest son also chose to support Tristan by returning his jersey at the match.

Despite Khloe and Tristan’s difficult relationship in the past, the duo has been really great at co-parenting. We’re told that Khloe always wants to make sure she helps ensure the kids spend as much time with their dad as possible.

They may not be romantically linked anymore, but it’s clear that KK has his back even in 2024.

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