Found February 26, 2013 on NESN.com:
Kris Humphries is still a member of the Brooklyn Nets, even though the team reportedly tried extremely hard to deal him before the trade deadline. The underachieving forward has found a way to make himself noteworthy, though, despite scoring and rebounding averages that are at three-year lows. Before a late edit, the New Orleans Hornets included a mention of Humphries’ brief marriage to Kim Kardashian in their game notes for Tuesday’s game against the Nets. “Nets F Kris Humphries once married Kim Kardashian,” read a bullet point under HORNETS-NETS CONNECTIONS. “And well, you know. It’s news.” The sarcastic note was since removed from the online version, but not before Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News snapped a screenshot. Hey @KrisHumphries Hornets PR included you in pregame notes http://t.co/5hIamZ72P2— Stefan Bondy (@NYDNInterNets) February 26, 2013 A reference to the Nets as “New Jersey,” which also can be seen in the tweet above, so far has not been corrected. Thumbnail v...
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