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First the good news for Kris Humphries – he got paid. Despite trying to dump the free agent power forward on any team that would take him in a sign-and-trade for Dwight Howard, the Brooklyn Nets announced that they have indeed made K-Hump the final piece of their starting puzzle for the 2012-13 season. Humphries reportedly inked a 2-year, $24 million contract that will put the Nets over the $70 million luxury cap… with their starting 5 alone.
But that’s neither here nor there. Now for the bad news – Humphries’ ex won’t shut the hell up. Myla Sinanaj – the version of Kim Kardashian that you’d find on a really bad celebrity impersonator job site – had previously claimed that she was pregnant with Hump’s child, which would have been bad news with that new contract, but it turns out she was lying. Shocking, I know (and my apologies to Humphries for bagging on him). That should be great news for him, as it can’t hurt his divorce case, but now Sinanaj is going right...
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Finally, the name of Kris Humphries comes up in basketball-related news, as the center reportedly has re-signed with the Nets by inking a 2-year deal.
Kris Humphries has agreed to terms with the Brooklyn Nets. The power forward has resigned with the team for two-years-$24 million. Kris took to Twitter to throw a few shots at Kanye who famously dropped a line about Humphries in Way too Cold (originally named Theraflu) really… RT @KrisHumphriesI’m up at Brooklyn! @S_C_ “lucky I [...]
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Brooklyn Nets continued their offseason barrage of signings Tuesday, agreeing to a new, two-year deal withformer Minnesota Golden GopherKris Humphries.
Humphries spent just one season at the University of Minnesota, averaging 21.7 points and 10.1 rebounds per game, en route to earning Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors in 2004.
Humphries, 27, averaged 13...
We reported earlier Tuesday that forward Kris Humphries agreed to a two-year, $24 million contract to re-sign with the Brooklyn Nets. Shortly after the news broke, Humphries took to Twitter to take a shot at rapper Kanye West, who is currently dating Humphries’ (separated) wife Kim Kardashian: Humphries’ jab is in reference to a line [...]
Kris Humphries is really feeling his oats after signing a new contract with the Brooklyn Nets this week.
After being trashed in a song by his ex-wife Kim Kardashian's new boyfriend Kanye West, the Nets forward took it upon himself to fire back at the rap star.
Kanye's song "Cold" (originally titled "Theraflu") released in April included the lyrics about...
Looks like Jay Z didn’t drop Humphries from the team after all.
In case you missed it, Kanye West released a song recently called Theraflu “Way Too Cold.” In the song, Kanye drops the following lyric: “And I’ll admit, I fell in love with Kim / ‘Round the same time she had fell in love wit’ him/ Well that’s cool, baby girl, do ya thing / Lucky I ain’t have Jay drop...
Kanye West is such a nice guy. The hip-hop producer, who is rumored to be dating Kim Kardashian, "dissed" NBA power forward Kris Humphries in a track this year, rapping that Kardashian's former husband of 72 days was "lucky I ain't have Jay drop him from the team." It turned out West either is a man of his word or that he simply does not hold as much sway...
After re-signing with the Brooklyn Nets, forward Kris Humphries decided to take a shot at rapper Kanye West through Twitter.Currently, West is dating Kim Kardashian who was the former wife of Humphries and who West dissed on a rap track called, "Theraflu".Check out the Tweet that Humphries sent out:(Courtesy of Kris Humphries Twitter)
In a world where Kris Humphries can get $24 million for being a basketball player people have heard of, it only makes sense that second overall selection in the NFL draft and living Powerade commercial Robert Griffin III would get paid. That happened this morning, as RG3 showed up in an Instagram signing his contract with the Washington Redskins.
From The Washington Post:
The Brooklyn Nets re-introduced Brook Lopez this morning at a press conference at the New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge, a day after the team announced it had re-signed Kris Humphries.