Tristan Thompson hasn’t spoken out after splitting from Khloé Kardashian, but the breakup appears to be affecting the athlete mentally. The basketball player was booed during one of his games recently, and he missed some free throws during this game.

Kardashian supporters booed Thompson during the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Los Angeles Clippers game on Saturday at the Staples Center, Us Weekly reported. The athlete missed two free throws in the game, presumably because of the distractions.

Thompson got two free throw opportunities in the fourth quarter of the game. Apart from the booing, the Kardashian fans also shouted Khloé’s name during the game.

Cleveland Cavaliers, which is Thompson’s team, lost that match to Los Angeles Clippers. The Cavaliers scored 108 against the Clippers’ 132.

The crowd booed Thompson throughout the game, TMZ reported. The fact that he missed both free throws is being perceived as him being affected by distractions of the crowd.

Kardashian broke up with Thompson a few weeks back after rumors about him cheating with Jordyn Woods, who is actually a friend of the family, surfaced online. Woods later admitted to kissing Thompson at a party but denied being intimate with him.

Kardashian and Thompson share 11-month-old daughter True. Their daughter is with the reality star, and she appears to be prepared to raise her daughter as a single mother.

Recently, a fan told Kardashian on Twitter that the TV star is doing a good job raising her daughter on her own, and all True needs is her mother. Responding to the comment, Kardashian thanked the fan and said that Thompson is a “good dad.”

Kardashian has promised that she will never put True in the middle when it comes to her and Thompson. More details about the split and the consequences for the family will be shown in the latest season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

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Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavaliers warms up before Game Six of the 2018 NBA Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics at Quicken Loans Arena on May 25, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. Getty Images/Jason Miller