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Kris Humphries Rejected $10M Divorce Settlement

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Kris Humphries reportedly turned down a $10 million offer to settle his ongoing divorce from Kim Kardashian, all because he wants their marriage to be annulled instead.

A source told RadarOnline: ”After Kim filed for divorce, she offered Kris a $10 million payoff, with the agreement that he would not continue to pursue an annulment to their marriage on the grounds of fraud.

”Kris flatly rejected the offer because it has never been about money for him. He wants to be able to marry in a church again, with a clear conscience, when he finds someone special.

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The Passion of Patrick Ewing

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ne night last March, John Thompson Jr., Georgetown University’s legendary former basketball coach, made a recruiting call. Thompson hadn’t coached the Hoyas since 1999, but this wasn’t your average bit of college-hoops lobbying.

In 1981, Thompson had convinced a teenager named Patrick Ewing, then the top high-school basketball player in the country, to play for him. They won it all three years later. But now the powerhouse program they had built was struggling. Georgetown coach John Thompson III—Thompson’s son—had been fired. The school needed a replacement. So Thompson reached out to his old protégé. “You should put your hat in the ring for the job,” he said.

Much like in 1981, back when Thompson was trying to lure him to a school that was small fry among his NCAA suitors, Ewing was torn. At 54, he had spent most of his adult life in the National Basketball Association—first as one of the league’s greatest players, then as a well-traveled assistant coach. He had never considered college coaching. On the other hand, this was Georgetown—or as Ewing puts it, home.

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A year after incident, Oakley still wants Dolan, MSG held ‘accountable

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New York Knicks great Charles Oakley stood in handcuffs in the bowels of Madison Square Garden, surrounded by more than a dozen security guards and police officers. He’d been dragged out of his seat by arena security minutes earlier.

And he was furious.

“Dolan did this! Dolan did this!” Oakley yelled in anguish, referencing Knicks owner James Dolan.” “This is bulls—! Let me go! Let me go!”

A year later, Oakley’s anger over how things played out during his arrest at Madison Square Garden remains acute.

“He’s angry about what happened to him and the way he was treated,” Oakley’s attorney, Douglas Wigdor, said. “He was treated like a common criminal rather than a former star of the New York Knicks. … He wants to hold Mr. Dolan and Madison Square Garden accountable for what they did.”

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