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Kris Humphries is still undergoing proceedings to try and get his 72-day marriage to Kim Kardashian annulled, claiming she married him on fraudulent terms. But on Wednesday night, he had another battle to fight.
Humphries, who plays for the Brooklyn Nets, was in Boston playing the Celtics when he got into a physical altercation on the court.
The NBA star was kicked out of the game, along with his teammate Gerald Wallace and Celtics’ Rajon Rondo, Fox News reports.
It all started when a technical foul was called on Humphries for Kevin Garnett, and Rondo approached him after that and shoved him.
The New York Post reports that once the refs reviewed the place, they ejected Rondo right away. The other men then followed.
“At that point we’re getting our tails kicked and we’re probably frustrated,” explained Celtics coach Doc Rivers. “But that’s ... listen, that foul was a hard foul. It was an unnecessary foul ... the play was over and then [Humphries] pushed [Garnett] down in the air.
“But obviously I think that’s what they think of us. ... They think they can push [us] around.”
The Nets won the game 95-83.
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— Kris Humphries (@KrisHumphries) November 29, 2012