Sunday night, at 8 p.m., on the Oprah Winfrey Network, the entire Kardashian clan will open up to the network's namesake in a celebrity chair reaction that could alter the earth's rotation. Next Sunday there will more of the same. Suffice it to say, Kris Humphries name will come up. So Kris is doing his own interview, with Stefan Bondy.
Humphries hasn't said if he'll watch it. But his battery of lawyers will. They're fighting Kim Kardashian on a number of fronts as the Nets power forward tries to focus on basketball and his upcoming free agency. In his interview with Bondy, Hump says he hopes to return to the Nets and play in Brooklyn, but he has yet to speak with Billy King, who has eyes for Ersan Ilyasova and Kevin Garnett.
Humphries maintains that the Nets are his top priority, mostly because he’d love to play in Brooklyn. "I’ve seen this thing from the start," he told Bondy. "I was there when they announced the arena, and just the whole process all the way through. It would be cool."
Meanwhile, other teams starting with the 76ers are looking around. Philly however will have to amnesty Elton Brand in order to free up both cap space and a place in their rotation.
- Kris Humphries still trying to convince world he's a basketball player not just hard-luck celebrity - Stefan Bondy - New York Daily News
Inside the Sixers: Sixers need to sign free agent Kris Humphries - John N. Mitchell - Philadelphia Inquirer