Kris Humphries, who looks like he'll have his second straight double-double season, is switching agents for the second time in a year, and has returned to the fold of superagent Dan Fegan. Sports Agent Blog broke the story and a league source confirmed the switch.
According to writer Darren Heitner, Humphries has left Marc Cornstein, who negotiated his $8 million, one year deal. Fegan of course reps Dwight Howard. At one point or another over the past three years, Fegan has had nine of his clients on the Nets roster.
Meanwhile, Hump spoke to ESPN's Rachel Nichols about Jeremy Lin and the booing at the Garden. Humphries said Lin told him before Monday's game that he couldn't understand the booing.