Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries: What Happened in the Divorce?

Pete Schauer@@Pete_SchauerCorrespondent IOctober 31, 2011

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries: What Happened in the Divorce?

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    72 days is all it took for Kim K. to realize that she had settled for Humphries.

    Kardashian filed for divorce on Monday in a Los Angeles County Supreme Court.  While the court isn't releasing many details, it has been reported that the couple have a prenuptual agreement that will decide who gets what.

    In an article out of ESPN New York, Kardashian was quoted saying, "I hope everyone understands this was not an easy decision.  I had hoped this marriage was forever but sometimes things don't work out as planned."

The Decision

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    In the end, it most likely was a pretty easy decision. Kardashian was reportedly upset that Humphries had been partying without her during the NBA lockout, even though she was spotted having lunch with ex-boyfriend and current Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush.

    Humphries, who gave his bride a $2 million ring, was also agitated that Kim wanted to use her maiden name for the filming of their reality show, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Kim's Fairytale Wedding" on E!.

Kim's Past Sub-Par Men

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    Kardashian has a history of hooking up with sub-par athletes and entertainers.  Bush never ran for over 1,000 yards in a season or scored more than ten touchdowns in a season. 

    Ray J is apparently a rapper, but is probably better known for his ridiculous reality show on VH1 called "For the Love of Ray J", and is undoubtedly most known for his sextape with Kardashian.

    Over the course of his seven year career, while playing for four different teams, Humphries has averaged a mere 5.6 points and 4.7 rebounds per game.  While he did average a double-double last season, who knows how he'll react to the ongoing matters in his personal life?

What's Next for Kris?

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    Although the Nets were brutal last season, he did put together a surprisingly solid season.  If I were Humphries, I'd consider myself lucky to get out of that maniacal family. 

    And on the plus side, now he can focus all of his attention on adjusting that career average of less than six points per game; that's if the lockout ever ends.

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