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By Matt Vensel | May 25, 2011
I think I may have figured out why Jordan Williams was in such a hurry to get to the NBA: the women. New Jersey power forward Kris Humphries is the latest mediocre NBA big man to net himself a model. The basketball vagabond, who has averaged 5.6 points and 4.6 rebounds per game in seven NBA seasons, is now engaged to reality show star Kim Kardashian . He gave her a 20.5-carat diamond engagement ring last week, which means he wasn’t making D-League money while coming off the bench for the Nets.
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Susan Reimer | January 7, 2013
It wasn't a surprise to learn that famous-for-being-famous Kim Kardashian was pregnant by boyfriend of five months Kanye West. Celebs regularly put the baby carriage before marriage, and she is just the latest. And it wasn't surprising that her family tweeted - because that's how we communicate these days - their joy. We long ago stopped stigmatizing unwed mothers, even ones like Ms. Kardashian who is still tangled in divorce proceedings after her very brief marriage to basketball player Kris Humphries and may still be married to him when her baby is born this summer.
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By Jordan Bartel, b | October 31, 2011
Today's news that Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are calling it Kuits (she's filing for divorce after 72 days) has got the Twitterverse going nuts. For the People story on the not-that-unexpected break-up, go here . And before we hear what really went down (if we ever do) check out our favorite break-up reactions on Twitter (so far). @katespencer: "If I were a guest at that wedding I would want my gift(s) & time back. " @DarkSideIntern : "Kim Kardashian is divorcing.
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By Maria Parson | January 29, 2012
True story: I missed last week's episode. That's because I talked to my psychic. We had a vision… that Kim and Kris were going to break up. OK, fine, I didn't have a vision at all. And neither did the psychic from last week's episode, John Edwards. All he needed was Google, Wikipedia, E! True Hollywood Story, and previous seasons of "Keeping up With the Kardashians!"   In the meantime, Scott discusses his plans for starting a restaurant in New York.  Kourtney, as usual, doesn't trust that it will work out. Has this restaurant opened?
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Susan Reimer | November 2, 2011
It appears the National Basketball Association lock-out has claimed its first significant casualty: The fairy-tale marriage — and we mean that in every sense of the phrase — of reality TV star Kim Kardashian and New Jersey Nets power forward Kris Humphries. If Kris had been playing ball instead of getting on Kim's nerves with his plans to "brand" himself with a publicist, a line of cologne, nightclub appearances for pay and, I don't know, a line of handbags, the marriage might have lasted longer than 72 days it took for her to tire of the unsophisticated hunk.
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By Maria Parson | January 9, 2012
This Sunday's adventure takes us jet-setting all over the place with the Kardashian Krew. After a workout, complete with paparazzi galore, the girls decide that they need a break from all of the attention. Um, raise your hand if you think they got paid to show up at this gym.  Meanwhile, “The Hump” gets an opportunity to make an appearance at a club in Toronto. Kim tells Kris to stay put and proceeds to leave town. During this initial discussion, Kim points out to the group that Kris is afraid of her. As such, she is sure that he will comply with her request to skip the appearance in Toronto.  Once Kim, Kourtney and Mason leave for their “sister weekend” in Mystic, Conn., Kris convinces Scott that he should come along on the trip to Canada.
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October 5, 2011
Bad for ESPN's image Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune Hank Williams Jr. is free to speak his mind, as he should be. But if you are ESPN, you have to ask whether you want someone with his opinions and history representing your company. In his most recent remarks, Williams showed utter insensitivity and terrible judgment. It's OK to disagree with politicians and their policies. Comparing them to Hitler is going a tad far. This is not the first time he has created headlines for the wrong reasons.
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December 27, 2011
LeBron still enemy No. 1 Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel By fans? By players? Different answers. With fans, LeBron James, whether he chooses to wear the tag of villain or not, is public enemy No. 1 for the way he changed the free-agency landscape and announced his decision. When it comes to players, Raja Bell has a unique way of getting under players' skin. Zaza Pachulia would be a close runner-up. As far as most embraced from the public perspective, few maximized their visibility during the lockout as well as Kevin Durant, whose marketing people could not have done a better job. With players, there is enduring respect for Grant Hill and how he persevered through career setbacks while maintaining sportsmanship in his play.
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December 27, 2011
LeBron still enemy No. 1 Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel By fans? By players? Different answers. With fans, LeBron James, whether he chooses to wear the tag of villain or not, is public enemy No. 1 for the way he changed the free-agency landscape and announced his decision. When it comes to players, Raja Bell has a unique way of getting under players' skin. Zaza Pachulia would be a close runner-up. As far as most embraced from the public perspective, few maximized their visibility during the lockout as well as Kevin Durant, whose marketing people could not have done a better job. With players, there is enduring respect for Grant Hill and how he persevered through career setbacks while maintaining sportsmanship in his play.
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Susan Reimer | November 2, 2011
It appears the National Basketball Association lock-out has claimed its first significant casualty: The fairy-tale marriage — and we mean that in every sense of the phrase — of reality TV star Kim Kardashian and New Jersey Nets power forward Kris Humphries. If Kris had been playing ball instead of getting on Kim's nerves with his plans to "brand" himself with a publicist, a line of cologne, nightclub appearances for pay and, I don't know, a line of handbags, the marriage might have lasted longer than 72 days it took for her to tire of the unsophisticated hunk.
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By Jordan Bartel, b | October 31, 2011
Today's news that Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are calling it Kuits (she's filing for divorce after 72 days) has got the Twitterverse going nuts. For the People story on the not-that-unexpected break-up, go here . And before we hear what really went down (if we ever do) check out our favorite break-up reactions on Twitter (so far). @katespencer: "If I were a guest at that wedding I would want my gift(s) & time back. " @DarkSideIntern : "Kim Kardashian is divorcing.
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October 5, 2011
Bad for ESPN's image Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune Hank Williams Jr. is free to speak his mind, as he should be. But if you are ESPN, you have to ask whether you want someone with his opinions and history representing your company. In his most recent remarks, Williams showed utter insensitivity and terrible judgment. It's OK to disagree with politicians and their policies. Comparing them to Hitler is going a tad far. This is not the first time he has created headlines for the wrong reasons.
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