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Khloe Kardashian flies out to Oakland to lend support behind beau Tristan Thompson as he prepares for the big game

Los Angeles: On Sunday, Khloe Kardashian was spotted at the LAX airport in Los Angeles, as always, radiating glamour and celebrity. The 32-year-old reality star presumably was off to lend support behind her boyfriend, Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson, 26, as he takes the court in Oakland for Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star looked stylish as she made her way through the travel terminal, wearing a black jacket over a black top with dark grey Nike athletic pants and black shoes.

The youngest of the Kardashian sisters accessorized with an arctic blue purse, large black sunglasses, with her highlighted blonde locks straight and down.

The Revenge Body author has past been in romances with basketball stars including Houston Rockets guard James Harden, former Minnesota Timberwolves guard Rashad McCants, and most famously her ex-husband Lamar Odom, who played for both Los Angeles franchises.

The Strong Looks Better Naked author in April hinted that she's found true love with the Canadian athlete, who she's been with since last September.

Speaking with the Evening Standard, Khloe said that she would marry him if he proposed; and that they've already 'talked about' staring a family.

'I would love to have a family ... I definitely want to be a mom,' she said. 'But I don't put the pressure on it. It's not like, "The clock is ticking." I feel in my soul it will happen.'

She said she and Thompson 'both felt this strong energy' upon meeting last summer, later learning that they share a number of common spiritual bonds, as well.

"I'm a Christian; he's a believer in God and that's important to me,' she told the publication. 'Tristan's morals and ethics are everything I've wanted and need in my life."

Thompson on Saturday told Cleveland.com he was focused on redeeming himself after he scored no points and collected only four rebounds in the Cavs' 113-91 loss in the first game of the championship series.

'I have to be better ... I have to bring more energy, make it tough for them,' he said. 'It's going to be a wrestling match down there, and you have to keep it going and make it tough for them and just try to wear them out.'