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For Kris Humphries, the conditioning doesn't stop


The Nets 737 landed in Newark at 2:45 a.m. Sunday morning. Then, the players had to find their way home. There was no practice scheduled until Monday, but that didn't stop Kris Humphries from working out on his own Sunday night. He tweeted a short mobli video, 20 seconds long, following the workout. It was short, but it's worth reporting what he said ... and how one of his coaches reacted on seeing it.

"It's like nine o'clock at night, Sunday night," said a sweat-soaked Humphries. "Getting some extra running, conditioning, shots up. Gotta get in better shape. We're doing big things in Brooklyn so, gotta put that time in."

Dr. Jeremy Bettle, the Nets strength and conditioning coach, retweeted it with this comment. "This is why is amongst the top 3-5 best conditioned athletes in the NBA! young athletes take note!"

Later, Hump posted another video of him --and his sister, Kaela-- running suicide sprints alone at the Barclays Center practice 10 p.m. on Sunday.