There are no indications that the New Jersey Nets are trying to trade power forward Kris Humphries. There are no indications Humphries wants to leave, either. Humphries, though, says he would waive his no-trade clause for the right situation.
"Would you jump off a bridge?" Humphries asked reporters who inquired about his willingness to waive the no-trade. "It depends how high the water is (or) if there was a drowning baby in the water. I mean, because you (might) jump off in the summer, if it was warm out, (and) you know the water was deep underneath.
"It’s all circumstantial, is the point I’m trying to make," he said.
Humphries, 26, is averaging career highs in points (13.6) and rebounds (10.7) per game this season.
What would the right situation be? Humphries did not say, and you have to think Nets general manager Billy King is unlikely to ask.