The former Mr. Kardashian might have been booed by fans at every stop last season, but that's no reflection of his floor game
Humphries is actually a double-double machine.
He averaged 13.8 points and 11 rebounds a game last season, which is kind of surprising when you consider the treatment he got from the fans and the media.
He's a high energy guy, who grabs rebounds with his long 6'9" frame and prolific leaping ability.
However, despite his impressive numbers, Humphries free agency period is being clouded by the Dwight Howard saga. He's a key piece in the deal and now, according to SI.com, he could be holding up the deal by demanding a multi-year contract.
When you consider Humphries’ skills, he has every right to demand a long-term offer sheet. He's one of the most consistent players in the NBA, and would be a benefit to any team that signs him.
Humphries would be smart to peruse offers outside the Howard trade scenarios, because he's a valuable commodity.
When we look back at the end of next season, Humpries could very well be one of the biggest offseason signings from this class.