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Washington Post Aug 17, 2014

Kris Humphries is a better player than Trevor Booker, but not necessarily an upgrade for Wizards

Kris Humphries was one of the lone bright spots for the Boston Celtics last season. The 28-year-old forward played in 69 games and averaged 8.4 points and 5.9 rebounds while having a 55.2 percent true shooting percentage. He will likely come off the bench next season for the Wizards after they acquired him in a sign-and-trade deal with Boston. Washington already has Marcin Gortat and Nene Hilario to work opponents down low. Read full article >>
Green Street | WEEI Aug 14, 2014

Kris Humphries praises Celtics coach Brad Stevens

After a disappointing 25-win campaign, few Celtics changed uniforms, but the only outgoing veteran to play all of last season in Boston gave coach Brad Stevenshigh marks, and that should sit well with the organization. In a conference call introducing the new Wizards forward to the media in Washington, D.C., Kris Humphries lauded the first-year Celtics coach for helping him improve his game […]
Washington Post Aug 13, 2014

Wiz Insider: A more efficient Kris Humphries to provide frontcourt depth for the Wizards

Kris Humphries was unsure of his role last year when the Nets, a contender, shipped him to the rebuilding Celtics as part of a package to land Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. Previous experience informed him franchises in rebuilding mode usually opted to play young players over veterans. Read full article >>

A more efficient Kris Humphries to provide frontcourt depth for the Wizards

Kris Humphries was unsure of his role last year when the Nets, a contender, shipped him to the rebuilding Celtics as part of a package to land Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. Previous experience informed him franchises in rebuilding mode usually opted to play young players over veterans. But Humphries was surprised to find playing […]
CSN Washington Aug 13, 2014

Joining Wizards makes Kris Humphries feel 'important'

Kris Humphries has never been past the first round of the playoffs in 10 NBA seasons, but he hopes that changes by joining the Wizards this season.

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