Busy off-season for Kris Humphries. He got engaged and became part of reality TV's biggest family. Now, the Nets is switching agents, tweets Al Iannazzone. "Kris Humphries no longer represented by Dan Fegan according to sources. Nets will be negotiating with Marc Cornstein for Humphries," he writes.
Later, Iannazzone wrote that Humphries is unlikely to get a better deal than with the Nets, noting not just the minutes and presence of Deron Williams, but also the endorsement opportunities that playing in New York (aka Brooklyn) will provide him.
He also noted the future Mrs. Humphries has already said they will be house-hunting in New Jersey.
Cornstein's Pinnacle Hoops made its mark representing Eastern European players including Darko Milicic, Beno Udrih and four former Nets, Nenad Krstic, Zoran Planinic, Bostjan Nachbar and Mile Ilic. Over the past two seasons, Fegan's firm represented nine different Nets at one point or another: Humphries, Troy Murphy, Courtney Lee, Rafer Alston, Yi Jianlian, Jarvis Hayes, Quinton Ross, Eduardo Najera and Stephen Graham. He was close to the Nets former GM, Kiki Vandeweghe.