Personal Connection, Not Hoops, Led to Hump's Change of Agents

Here's a story about Kris Humphries that has nothing to do with Kim Kardashian or reality TV: Darren Heitner of Sports Agent Blog writes that the Nets PF's decision to change agents had more to do with a personal connection than anything on-court.

Heitner writes that Humphries' "best friend" and marketing manager, Josh Ketroser, had spoken with Humphries' then-agent Dan Fegan in December/early January about possible employment. "Nothing ever came of it," Heitner wrote.  "Ketroser eventually got a job with an agent – Marc Cornstein – who now represents Ketroser’s best friend, Kris Humphries."

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