Kris is Born February 6, 1985 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His father, Williams Humphries, was a football player for the University of Minnesota. Kris originally excelled in swimming, and competed nationally, losing only to Michael Phelps. Kris still holds the record for the 50M freestyle for boys under 10, but gave up swimming at 12 to pursue basketball.
In 04, Kris was drafted by the Utah Jazz as the 14th pick. He spent two seasons with the Jazz, until he was traded to the Raptors where he continued to elevate his game. It was during this time with the Raptors that the 6'9" Minnesota-born Humphries paid $990,000 for a two bed, two bath luxury condo in Miami Beach, Florida. The unit has 1,560 square feet and offers a private terrace with breathtaking views of the Atlantic ocean, direct beach access, plus access to the condo community swimming pool and tennis court.
He helped lead the Raptors to their first division title and in '07 he had seven rebounds in 27 minutes against the Miami Heat -- a career record. In 2009, Kris was traded to the Dallas Mavericks, and then again in 2010 to the New Jersey Nets.
Kris Humphries purchased this condo in Miami Beach, Florida for just under $1 million in December of 2007.