Kris Humphries only averaged 4.6 points per game for the Atlanta Hawks last season.
But he has a few points he’d like to make about Rob Kardashian in the wake of that reality star’s ongoing, explosive, mostly one-sided fight with Blac Chyna.
Asked about the legal and ethical hullabaloo surrounding Rob these days, Humphries expressed support for his former brother-in-law while attending the Starkey Hearing Foundation Gala in Saint Paul, Minnesota on Sunday, July 16.
“That’s my guy,” Kris told Us Weekly of Rob. “I don’t read too much into it. Hopefully he’ll be alright.”
Humphries, of course, was married to Kim Kardashian for a whole 72 days.
The professional basketball player then dragged out his divorce proceedings for over a year after Kim announced the couple’s separation, coming across like a pretty major douchebag the entire time.
So it’s not exactly a shock that he wouldn’t find much fault here in what Rob did to Blac Chyna.
Back on July 5, the day after Chyna send him a video of her kissing another guy, Rob went on a social media tirade against his ex-fiancee (and current baby mama).
He slammed Chyna as a drug addict and called her out for various plastic surgeries, alleging he paid for these procedures and also lavished Blac with cars and jewelry.
Most damaging of all, Kardashian referenced Chyna’s many sexual escapades and even posted multiple photos of her naked body parts.
Five days after being victimized by Rob in this manner, Chyna was granted a temporary restraining order against the troubled star.
No one in the Kardashian or Jenner clan has spoken explicitly about all that transpired, but a recent report claimed they tried to hold an intervention for Rob.
After being taken to court by Chyna for the aforementioned restraining order, the Keeping Up With the Kardashian star’s attorney, Robert Shapiro, told TMZ that the outburst was “a spontaneous reaction that [Rob] regrets.”
Thankfully for Rob and his loved ones, Chyna has stated that she doesn’t intend to change her custody arrangement.
She has every intention of allowing Rob to help raise baby Dream going forward, but she could easily change her mind if the first-time father acts in an inappropriate manner once again down the line.
Rob is skating on rather thin ice, in other words.
Humphries, meanwhile, has carved out a lengthy basketball career for himself.
In 800 total games, he’s averaged 6.7 points and 5.4 rebounds per contest, with an effective field goal percentage of 46.9.
To those who follow the celebrity gossip universe, he’ll always be known as Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband.
To NBA fans, however, he’ll be known as a mediocre journeyman who averaged over a block per game in two separate seasons.