So i promised myself I would keep these postings to a minimum, but the recent sports chatter has me irked again, and by the end of this I might just have to call myself a basketball junkie. Be prepared. We’re back on the Lard-assian band wagon.

Do we really care that Kris Humphries was booed every time he had the ball in the Nets preseason game at Madison Square Garden last night? Further more, are we that shallow that he is the most disliked basketball player in the NBA right now!?

Kris & Kim

He dated a Kardashian (I say dated because the marriage lasted longer than the Indianapolis Colts winning season). He didn’t cheat on his wife, abuse her, take her for her money, none of that. From what I can tell from his publicized personal life, he’s been handling himself rather well, commenting when necessary and making clear that all he wants to do is play ball.




Here’s how the rest of the top 10 hate list rounds out:

2. LeBron James (48 percent)
3. Kobe Bryant (45 percent)
4. Tony Parker (37 percent)
5. Metta World Peace (36 percent) {Formerly Ron Artest}
6. Chris Bosh (34 percent)
7. Carmelo Anthony (27 percent)
8. Paul Pierce (25 percent)
9. Dwyane Wade (23 percent)
10. Lamar Odom (21 percent)

Ok, so at least when Lebron left Cleveland he merited some of the bad PR. You play for one team that long, make them “your” city, and then dump them without so much as a dear John letter, ya, it’s gonna sting and you’re gonna be the bad guy. Kobe, well he’s getting divorced..I can see being the #3 spot, but remember that soon to be ex of his is going to be sitting pretty with that lack of prenup they had, so he’ll get what’s coming to him. Same goes for San Antoinio guard Tony Parker. He cheated on Eva Longoria. Eva Longoria! Enough said.

The rest I can’t really comment on because I don’t really follow the game, but to have someone like Humphries in the #1 spot because his self-centered wife divorced him? Sad people, just sad. Lets at least have an abuse allegation against him before we jump on the bandwagon or a stint on “Dancing with the Stars”.  Ain’t that right, World Peace?