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Kris Humphries
Kris Humphries
Position: C-F
Born: 02/06/85
Height: 6-9 / 2.06
Weight:235 lbs. / 106.6 kg.
Salary: $4,440,000
A state appeals court Tuesday unanimously upheld a judge’s dismissal of a lawsuit brought by a woman who alleged Washington Wizards forward Kris Humphries gave her herpes during a 2010 encounter at the Thompson Beverly Hills Hotel. The three-justice panel of the 2nd District Court of Appeal found that Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Gregory Keosian was correct when he found last October that there were no triable issues in Kayla Goldberg’s lawsuit. Goldberg sued the NBA player, now 30, in August 2012, alleging sexual battery, negligence and negligent infliction of emotional distress. In his ruling, Keosian said he dismissed the complaint because Goldberg’s attorneys did not show the NBA player was aware he had the sexually transmitted disease.
For Kris Humphries to retain his minutes in the future with the Wizards, he realizes where he has to expand his game in the same way Drew Gooden re-invented himself by becoming a three-point shooter. “I never really worked on shooting threes and stuff. I started working on it this year,” said Humphries, a power forward who has a mid-range game and doesn’t play much with his back to the basket on offense. “I had a lot of success in the last month (practicing) or so I really working on it every day, continue to work on it next year, add to my game.”
Kris Humphries, the Washington Wizards forward who’s in Portland to face the Trail Blazers on Saturday at the Moda Center, made it clear that he found Portland State’s gym underwhelming. But the university seems to have gotten the last laugh. Considering Humphries is best-known in some circles for his short-lived marriage to Kim Kardashian, we’d say the university’s response was pretty tame compared to where they could have gone with it. Check out the exchange:
It was Humphries’s second game since returning to a reserve role after starting 15 contests at power forward for the injured Nene and the transition has been seamless. Between Saturday and Thursday’s win over the New York Knicks, Humphries has posted 32 points and 15 rebounds in 43 minutes. “I don’t mind it,” Humphries said of shifting back to the bench. “For me, we got some guys that can really play in the second unit. To get pushed into that group is all good.”