When Lamar Odom was traded to the Mavericks last week, his wife Khloe Kardashian said she would follow her husband to Dallas, but it turns out she won't be the only Kardashian relocating to the Republic of Texas.

Odom's brother-in-law, Rob Kardashian, has his bags packed and will be cheering on the Mavericks this NBA season from Dallas, according to Us Weekly. He'll be moving in with Khloe & Lamar which should make for some great upcoming reality TV drama.

Rob, 24, recently finished second with dance instructor Cheryl Burke on the 13th season of Dancing with the Stars. Rob has created a special bond with Odom, 32, and Lamar said eventually "we'll have the whole family here."

Odom says he's enthusiastic to live in Dallas, a city where White Out and the world's first frozen margarita machine were invented.

"It (Dallas) reminds me a lot of Beverly Hills [or] Orange County," Odom said. "You can tell the city is really behind their team. It's a more relaxed atmosphere here, too, which is nice."

The Mavericks will be getting their championship rings on Dec. 25. Odom, who was on the Lakers team that lost to Dallas, will have to sit around and watch the ceremony.

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Owner Mark Cuban told 105.3 The Fan in Dallas that the Mavs players helped pick out the design of the special jewelry. Cuban also said he asked the team's stars Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Kidd how much money he should spend on the rings. Nowitzki and Kidd said between $150,000-and-$200,000 each.

Cuban pointed out, even if he wanted to spend that kind of cash, it wasn't possible.

"I'm like, 'OK, you do know the NBA has a limit on how much we can spend, right?' And it's not 150 grand, trust me," Cuban said, according to the Dallas Morning News. "I'm not going to tell you the exact amount but it's nowhere near. The NBA, because they don't want salary cap violations, puts a limit on how much you can spend on any given ring for any player."

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