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The Brooklyn Nets announced today they would assign guard Tyshawn Taylor and forward Toko Shengelia to their D-League affiliate Springfield Armor. Both will be in action Friday night as the Springfield Armor takes on the Erie BayHawks.
Taylor was drafted in the 2nd round by the Portland Trailblazers and had his rights sent to Brooklyn. The Hoboken native has appeared in 10 games for the Nets averaging 1.3 points, 0.1 rebounds, and 0.3 assists per game.
Shengelia was picked up by the Nets after an impressive run in their summer league averaging 10.2 point and 3.6 rebounds while shooting 52.9% from the field. Although he wasn’t expected to play much, Shengelia appeared in five games for the Nets averaging 2.0 points per game.
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Kris Humphries apparently was hitting on women in a New York club recently and the DJs kept playing music by Kim K's new beau, Kanye West. Then things got really weird.
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The Nets have assigned forward Tornike Shengelia and guard Tyshawn Taylor to the Springfield Armor.
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(New York Daily News) Deejays seem to love torturing the Net forward with the vocal stylings of his ex-wife’s new beau. Humphries’ anguish was apparent Wednesday night at WIP, when he arrived to let off steam after a tough loss to the Knicks, but was left fuming after consecutive West songs blared in his ears… Our source, who watched Humphries foul out until 4 a.m., says deejays...
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At this point the story of Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian‘s ill-fated 72-day marriage old news. However, the punchlines that followed can still be funny.
Case in point, Humphries can’t even head from Brooklyn into Manhattan without hearing about it from the DJs at his favorite clubs.
According to the New York Daily News, Humphries went to a club called WIP on Wednesday night...
Wow, what a story. Everyone knows about Kris Humphries and his little "marriage" as some people call it to Kim Kardashian. Everyone also most likely knows that Kanye West is hitting that now. What you don't know is that DJs in New York City night clubs hate Kris Humphries as much as everyone else. Check out this story via the NY Daily News about DJs playing...
Kris Humphries will never escape the Kim Kardashian affiliation….ever. After the Brooklyn Nets lost to the New York Knicks 100-86 on Wednesday night, Humphries, who was scoreless, sought solace at NYC club, W.i.P. Turns out the DJ’s that night were Knick fans because they tormented Humphries with countless ex-wife’s now boyfriend, Kanye West, songs throughout the night. Humphries...
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By now most basketball fans have heard of Kris Humphries. He’s the most hated player in the league and is known for more off-the-court than he is at the Barclays Center. His 24-second shot-clock wedding with Kim Kardashian brought him more fame and attention than I’m sure the Minnesota native ever wanted.
Well, Hump was back in the news Wednesday night at a...