911 caller: Lamar Odom had "blood coming out of his nose"

Former NBA star Lamar Odom is reportedly showing small signs of improvement since he was found unconscious at a Nevada brothel Tuesday. But 911 calls reveal new information that Odom might have used cocaine in the days before he was found, reports "Entertainment Tonight" co-host Kevin Frazier.

The first 911 call came-in around 3:15 Nevada time in the afternoon Tuesday from a female employee of the Love Ranch, where Lamar Odom had been a guest since Saturday.

"...They need to hurry please. 'Cause he's got blood coming out of his nose, white stuff coming out of his mouth. They can't get him to wake up. He's, like, not, almost not breathing," she said.

Another male caller told operators about drugs he said Odom had been taking.

"He apparently had some cocaine on him that has, he finished, on either, he did this on Saturday...," he said.

The caller also said Odom was taking large amounts of "Reload," a sexual enhancement drug the FDA warns could be dangerous if mixed with certain other medications.

"They said to roll him on his left side and he started throwing up. A lot," said Dennis Hof, owner of the Love Ranch. "The police looked through his things and they didn't tell us they found anything."

The Nye County Sheriff confirms that a search warrant was executed early Wednesday morning for a sample of Odom's blood. Former Laker teammates Kobe Bryant and Trevor Ariza have visited Odom's bedside.