Kris Humphries' New Basketball Contract Will Last Longer Than His Marriage
He may be down a wife, but Kris Humphries is entering next season with an $8 million contract from the New Jersey Nets.
The one-year pact will return the Kim Kardashian's soon to be ex-husband to his former team -- and will last longer than his marriage.
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While the NBA's labor dispute has kept the power forward off the court, he's been deploying his hulking physique and coma-inducing monotone on the current season of E!'s "Kourtney & Kim Take New York."
Unsurprisingly, given that the union with Kardashian lasted a mere 72 days, his appearances have been fraught with tension.
The Kardashian sisters flirtation with naked yoga -- a practice Humphries deemed unsanitary -- was a pivotal plot point on a recent episode.
Oh that ... and the conflict between the basketball star's demanding workout schedule and his wife's punishing work-related appearances at night clubs.
The marital drama hasn't endeared Humphries to fans. The journeyman ball player is now the most hated player in the NBA, according to a recent Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research poll.
“I’m a positive thinker about everything in life,” Humphries told the Associated Press. “I always want to think positive about the things I can control. I am moving forward with everything just being here.”
Fortunately, the Nets will play their final season in New Jersey before moving to Brooklyn.
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