Kris Humphries Put Kanye West’s Subpoena in a Nordstrom Box and Sent it to Kim Kardashian

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Brooklyn Nets forward Kris Humphries is actually a really, really talented NBA player. He’s obviously not a star by any stretch of the imagination, but he’s a pretty reliable double-double machine.

The two-year, $24 million contract he got this summer sounded like a lot originally, however, given his production, it’s probably not the worst way for a given team to spend its money.

All that said, and all credit to Humphries’ game given, he’s about as corny a dude as you will ever come across. Nevermind the fact that he randomly decided to wife up a glorified Paris Hilton, a girl whose claim to fame is a sex tape with a fourth-rate R&B singer. That’s a mistake that can kind of, sort of be forgiven.

What can’t be forgiven, though, is the fact that he continues to embarrass himself in the divorce proceedings. Rather than just quietly settling this matter and moving on with his life, Humphries is looking to make his split from Kim nearly as humiliating as the original nuptials were.

Here is the latest development in their ongoing saga, via TMZ:

Kris Humphries' lawyer engineered a sneak attack by trying to serve a subpoena on Kanye West by putting it in a Nordstrom box and sending it to Kim Kardashian's house.

Kim's lawyer, disso queen Laura Wasser, told the judge in the divorce case about the ploy during a hearing that is still going on.

Wasser groused to the judge ... Kim has already racked up $250,000 in attorney's fees, yet it's unclear exactly what Kris wants out of this.

Wasser said she's heard the reports that Kris and his lawyers want to put reality TV on trial, and there seems to be evidence to back that up. Wasser noted that Kris has served Kris Jenner with a subpoena and NBC Universal and Bunim/Murray, which produces the Kardashian's reality shows.

Look, Kris, this is just me and you talking now. Nobody else can hear us.  

First of all, you don’t need a Nordstrom box to confuse or distract Kim Kardashian. A simply shiny object would do the trick. More importantly, though, you’re making yourself a laughingstock, dude. You’re such a talented player – do you really want to go down in history as the guy who went to war with the Kardashians? Is that seriously what you want on your tombstone?

Drop this nonsensical vendetta. Cut ties with the attention whores from across the way. Focus on balling. Play up to your potential. Move on with your life.

If not for yourself, then do it for the hoops fans everywhere who can’t stand to have this idiotic case being a constantly-developing news story every single day.  

You’re better than this.

(Kudos TMZ)

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