Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 11/29/12
Hockey fans, you might want to look away, because what you are about to read and see will likely offend you. Shortly after the Celtics and Nets finished up a game Wednesday that included three ejections stemming from a “brawl,” Brooklyn big man Kris Humphries took to Twitter to show off his battle wounds. And by battle wounds, I mean a few scratches on his shoulder. Anyone know where I can get a quick Tetanus shot in Boston?lockerz.com/s/265003890 — Kris Humphries (@KrisHumphries) November 29, 2012 See, hockey fans (those of you who stuck around). Don’t say I didn’t warn you. The scratch marks, which presumably occurred during the second-quarter “rumble,” hardly seem like a reason to get up in arms, yet Kim Kardashian‘s ex brought them to the forefront. Surely (hopefully), Humphries was just having fun while taking a subtle jab after the game. For those who may have missed it, Humphries was involved in an altercation with Rajon Rondo after Humprhies fouled Kevin Garnett under the basket. Humphries and Rondo quickly got physical, with the dueling duo’s teammates soon joining in the fracas. We’ll see what league discipline comes from Wednesday’s “scrap.” One thing we do know, though, is that it’ll likely be more than five minutes in the box. Click here to see the Celtics-Nets altercation >> Click here to read Jason Terry’s postgame comments about Humphries >>

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