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It turns out Kim Kardashian isn't the only one hating on Kris Humphries these days.The New Jersey Nets forward has been selected as the most disliked player in the NBA, according to a survey conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research and published by Forbes.com.Humphries is coming off his best NBA season, but was vilified for his life off of the court. The 26-year-old married Kardashian during the offseason but the two divorced less than 2 1/2 months later.The disdain for Humphries was pronounced at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night, where Humphries was booed lustily every time he touched the ball. Fans actually cheered for him to be put back into the game after he returned to the bench.LeBron James was voted the second most disliked player in the league, followed by Kobe Bryant, Tony Parker and Metta World Peace.Chris Bosh, Carmelo Anthony, Paul Pierce, Dwyane Wade and Lamar Odom rounded out the top 10.
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When Kris Humphries decided he was going to keep up with the Kardashians, I bet he had no idea it would lead to this. This week, a survey said Humphries was the most hated player in the NBA. Guess they called a lot of people who kept up with celebrity gossip, because a year ago, hardly anyone knew who he was. Then when he entered the Nets-Knicks preseason game Wednesday at Madison...
Last year LeBron was the most hated player in the NBA, but thanks to that special Kardashian touch, Kris Humphries is now the most despised. In the most recent survey conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research they fingered Humpries as the most hated player in the Association. If you needed more proof, here’s Humphries entering Wednesday night’s New Jersey Nets game versus...
Last year, Forbes magazine did a poll to determine who was the most hated NBA player and that turned out to be Miami Heat star Lebron James.This year, they decided to do a new poll with the help of Nielsen Sports and the winner ended up being New Jersey Nets star Kris Humphries.Some of you may ask, why? Here might be a couple reasons: Humphries’ marriage to Kardashian was over...
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Kris Humphries is about to land on his feet with the New Jersey Nets.
Humprhies, who was jilted by Kim Kardashian after a failed 72-day marriage, is expected to sign a one-year contract with the New Jersey Nets.
Yahoo! Sports reported the deal will be worth between $7 and $8 million.
The 26-year-old Humphries averaged 10.0 points and 10.4 rebounds - both career highs - in 74 games...
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A survey conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research found that New New Jersey Nets power forward Kris Humphries -- better known to the general public as Kim Kardashian's ex-husband -- is the most disliked player in the NBA, according to Forbes.com.
Sports fans are a notoriously fickle bunch, and apparently all it takes to make them forget about how much they hate the Miami Heat's LeBron James is a high-profile divorce involving Kim Kardashian.
Kardashian's ex-husband Kris Humphries is now the most hated player in the NBA, according to Forbes Magazine. A survey conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research showed...