Found January 07, 2012 on
TORONTO — Kris Humphries played for the Raptors for a while and still has his fans.
But that didn’t stop the joint from booing.
“All I heard was ‘I love you. I love you. I love you,’ ” joked Humphries who grabbed a season-high-tying 16 rebounds (nine offensive) in the Nets...
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Can’t we all just leave Kris Humphries alone? The man recently had his heart broken. He was in love with a beautiful woman and ended up having to go through a horrible divorce. He was completely blindsided by his relationship with Kim Kardashian going south, as she has an immaculate track record. Yet for some reason the poor guy was recently voted the most hated player in the...
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Kris Humphries, Lamar Odom and the Los Angeles Lakers may finally catch a break from the family that continuously tries to get comped courtside seats to film their television shows. The NBA arenas wants all that stuff to be under control, and not uncontrolled like the fact Ryan Seacrest is the new society's devil. According to hollywoodlife.com:
The New Jersey Nets (2-6) halted a 6 game losing streak beating the Toronto Raptors (3-4) 97-85. Deron Williams (ribs) and Kris Humphries (shoulder) returned to the line up from injuries and powered the Nets for the win.
TORONTO — Deron Williams got to the line and got everyone involved. Anthony Morrow got some space. Kris Humphries got his usual crowd grief, but also got a boatload of rebounds. DeShawn Stevenson got going early and also got into Raptor DeMar DeRozan’s kitchen. Jordan Farmar got an opportunity and...
The New Jersey Nets and Toronto Raptors concluded last season second from the bottom and in last place, respectively, in the Atlantic Division.
While the injury-plagued Nets could be headed for another disappointing finish, the Raptors are enjoying some early season success thanks to some stifling defense.
New Jersey looks to avoid a fifth consecutive loss at Toronto as it tries...