Lamar Odom played in 961 games throughout his NBA career, averaging 13.3 points per game and 8.4 rebounds per contest.
He even chipped in 3.7 assists on the reg.
These are all above average numbers, representative of a perfectly solid 14-year run for four teams.
In his new memoir, however, the ex-husband of Khloe Kardashian admits to a far more eye-popping figure, writing in "Darkness to Light" that he has "been obsessed with sex for as long as I can remember."
Odom then reveals that he must have slept with over 2,000 women in his life.
â€œI am a sex addict,â€� he writes, elaborating on his number of bedroom conquests as follows:
â€œThere were too many strippers to count. It wasnâ€™t a big deal, but often I would pay them. I never thought less of them.â€�
Combined with his addiction to drugs and alcohol, Lamar's need to fornicate eventually doomed his marriage to Kardashian after four years.
"I could not handle the lethal cocktail of the spotlight, addiction, a diminishing career and infidelity," Odom writes in this book, completing this confession with the ultimate quote:
"I couldn't keep my d-ck in my pants or the coke out of my nose."
Khloe stuck by Odom as long as she could.
Even after they split in 2013, she talked about Lamar as the love of her life -- and she rushed to his hospital bedside after a near-fatal overdose at a Nevada brothel in 2015.
Doctors put Odom's odds of survival at around 50 percent after this incident.
Thankfully, Lamar survived.
But his relationship with Khloe was killed by his wandering penis and inability to remain loyal.
The ex-baller says he cheated on his then-wife and failed to keep the affairs secret.
â€œI was shocked and embarrassed,â€� Lamar tells People Magazine of his behavior with other women, adding:
â€œI wanted to take it back, but you canâ€™t. [I] wanted to hide it. But that sick sin was hard for me to hide â€¦ I had a problem.â€�
Khloe has not yet commented on anything Odom wrote in his book, which will be released on May 28, or on anything he's said in a recent interview.
â€œSex was a trigger for me to do drugs,â€� he adds to People.
â€œBecause you double up on [that] good feeling.â€�
How and why did he finally turn his life around?
It's a constant struggle, Odom explains, but nearly dying in a brothel will help one see the light.
â€œThat was the wake-up call,â€� he says. â€œLike, this canâ€™t happen again.â€�
Odom would love to get back in touch with Khloe and her family and establish some kind of positive relationship... but he's mostly just focused on his own recovery right now.
â€œIâ€™m still an addict,â€� he writes in his book. â€œI still struggle â€¦ [But] I will not go into the darkness. Ever again.â€�