3. PF Kris Humphries: TOR 2006-2009, NJN/BKN 2010-2013
It’s easy to think of Humphries as one of many Kardashian ex-boyfriends or ex-husbands, but he was one of the better rebounding power forwards in the game for a brief period, and he was able to show off his skills north of the border, down in the Meadowlands in North Jersey, and in New York City.
A former Jazz youngster acquired in exchange for Rafael Araujo, Humphries put up some respectable numbers as a backup to Chris Bosh, Jorge Garbajosa, and Andrea Bargnani in Toronto. He was traded to the Mavericks in the Hedo Turkoglu deal before the Nets got a hold of him.
Kris Humphries had some moments as a Raptor and Net.
Humphries averaged a double-double in consecutive seasons with the Nets, and while he lost playing time after the Brooklyn move and began to become a bit of a nomad, he did have a brief period of time when he was starter quality.
His Raptors tenure may not have been amazing considering the statistical output, but considering how he broke out as soon as New Jersey gave him extra playing time, he could’ve had a similar impact in Toronto if he didn’t happen to be situated behind so many solid scorers.