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Age is just a number and it doesn't stop Kobe Bryant from attacking the rim with a monster slam over both Gerald Wallace and Kris Humphries.
At long last, Brooklyn Nets player of note Kris Humphries is returning to the world of comedy.
James Harden has killed it in Foot Locker commercials before.
The Clippers really don't want to see the Warriors in the playoffs.
Last week, we brought you news that Kanye West had announced during his concert in Atlantic City that he had indeed conceived a child in the maternal dungeon that is Kim Kardashian’s womb.
There was a rumor earlier this year that Kim Kardashian was pregnant with Kanye West’s baby, but everyone in her camp of evil harpies denied it because it would have meant that she had been sleeping with West while she was still “happily married” to Brooklyn Nets forward Kris Humphries and then he could have taken her to court and shouted, “Hurrrrr, pay up, derp.
NBA officials have been often accused - to varying degrees - of attempting to affect the outcomes of games.
Shocking footage from a Kris Humphries home video has leaked online.
The aftermath of the fight that spilled into the stands from Wednesday's Brooklyn-Boston game is a two-game suspension for Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo.
What a leader encompasses is up for debate, but you can be sure Rajon Rondo's tussle with Kris Humphries in last night's Nets-Celtics game wasn't it.
Funny how just yesterday I was complaining that I needed something to jumpstart my NBA excitement, and then one of the greatest imaginable fights breaks out between two guys who couldn’t be more disliked.
Joe Johnson has been playing largely ehhhhhh since he became a Net.
With so much softness leaking into the modern game, we're always anxious to annoint the next great rivalry.
Were you watching Boston/Brooklyn tonight when all hell broke loose.
Currently, the Brooklyn Nets are tied with the Knicks for the lead in the Atlantic after winning their last three games (over New York, Portland and the Clippers).
The Knicks are 7-1 as the toast of the town, and their Jay-Z-owned brothers across the East River, the Nets, are 6-2 and second in the Atlantic Division.
The Knicks only had 3-of-12 shooting by Carmelo Anthony (nine points though he did get 12 boards) and were on the road in San Antonio and yet New York went into Texas and still won, 104-100 to stay undefeated against all odds.
Mike D'Antoni's offenses work best when they're taking seven seconds or less to take a shot.