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The NBA Kim Kardashian Kris Humphries Divorce Betting Prop

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The NBA Kim Kardashian Kris Humphries Divorce Betting Prop

Which happens first?  The NBA plays its first regular season game or… Kim Kardashian and NBA player Kris Humphries announce they are getting a divorce?

BetOnLine.com, fast becoming one of the largest North American online gambling websites, released this betting prop late Monday.

“Both the looming NBA strike and news of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries wedding got us thinking our customers would love this betting option,” noted Dave Mason, Props Manager for BetOnline.com.

The NBA is scheduled to begin in October but a strike threatens to postpone or even cancel the season.

More current (and some might say pressing) news had the Kardashian wedding (or weddings since another is planned on the East Coast).

Kardashian is said to have three wedding dresses valued at $20,000 each and a ring valued at more than $2 million.  Kim is earning a reported $18 million for the wedding and the event will become a 4-hour television special, one-upping the Royal Wedding in Great Britain.

“Why not offer betting on this wedding?” quipped Mason.

It wouldn’t be the first time Kardashian became synonymous with a popular wagering prop.  Kardashian became a novelty bet during the time she was romantically involved with New Orleans Saints player Reggie Bush.  His team played in the 2010 Super Bowl, ultimately winning it. 

Two years ago, online oddsmakers posted lines on such things as Kim Kardashian Waist Size (26 inches) vs First Half Total for Super Bowl XLIV and Will Kim Kardashian Be Shown Wearing a Saints Shirt or Jersey during Super Bowl XLIV?  Kim Kardashian Bust Size + Hips Size (73 inches) vs Total Receiving Yards+Rushing Yards By Reggie Bush (NO) odds were also being offered.  

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com  

Comments

There needs to be a GLOBAL RE-THINK on Professional Sports in America. There are simply too many games of too many sports chasing too few entertainment dollars to be viable these days. The whole business model needs to be revised. I don't like women's sports and I won't watch it---so there goes that market. I don't like College or HS or Canadian or European or Arena Football---so there goes that market. I don't like NBA (College or Pro) and I won't watch WNBA---so I couldn't care less if the players take the 50/50 split or not. I will follow SOME NFL games but not all of them---too many teams playing too many games. I don't like Wrassling, Golf, Tennis, tractor pulls, NASCAR, BOXING, Baseball, Hockey, Bowling or most Olympic events. I do like watching Rodeo but WILL TURN THE CHANNEL if I catch a contestant wearing a padded bra/safety vest and/or helmet (A cowboy hat, a shot of Whiskey and a cup is all ya'll need!!!). I WILL watch Irish Hurling and New Guinea Land Diving Championships (my vote for the next Olympic sport) solely because there ain't Americans there to F the sport up. I will watch FOOTBALL (Soccer) only if I'm drunk in an English Pub . There are simply too many options chasing today's entertainment dollars. Take me, for example. I can have sex with my girlfriend or a hooker or with myself via Pornhub. I can surf the internet, get drunk, get high, climb the corporate ladder (yeah, right!!!), serve the poor and unfortunate (yeah right; part two), watch HBO, go to the movies or follow the lives of Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton and Lindsy Lohan and her freaky family. And that doesn't including laughing at the Republican canidates and stealing music off You Tube. Signed: Not enough time in the week to F-Off!!!

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