Chandler Parsons Houston Rockets forward Chandler Parsons during the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Toyota Center in April. Photo: Reuters

Fresh off her romance with One Direction’s Harry Styles, model and reality-TV starlet Kendall Jenner is rumored to have already found a new man.

Following her half-sisters Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian-Odom’s affinity for athletes, Jenner, 18, was spotted out with NBA star Chandler Parsons, 25, in Los Angeles this past weekend.

According to a report from the New York Post's Page Six, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star was seen being flirty with Parsons, a forward for the Dallas Mavericks, at the hotspot STK Saturday night. 

“Kendall and Chandler were flirting throughout the meal,” an eyewitness told the gossip site. “They laughed and chatted all night.”

While one insider insisted to E! News that the duo’s outing was “not at all a date or romantic,” other eyewitnesses are telling a different tale.

“[Kendall and Chandler had] immediate chemistry,” said one insider. “[Kendall] was laughing, smiling and they seemed to be having great conversations with each other."

Page Six reports that the rumored new couple “sat next to each other” at the hotspot while Jenner’s sister, Kylie, 16, and two other pals looked on.

Parsons’s date with Jenner comes on the heels of his signing a three-year, $46 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks. The Casselberry, Florida, native’s last known relationship was with Houstonite Robyn Crowley

Jenner ended her romance of three months with “What Makes You Beautiful" singer Harry Styles in February. In May, Radar Online reported that Jenner was reportedly interested in getting back together with the 20-year-old boy bander, an insider telling the gossip site, “[She] just can’t get him out of her head.”

Despite Jenner’s advances, a source close to Styles said the singer was not interested in reconciling. “Harry rarely takes her calls because he knows when he’s pushed his luck when it comes to a woman’s heart and Kendall’s got it bad for him," said a source. "He doesn’t want to encourage her.”