Kris Humphries' has had more impressive games in his career than the one he played on Saturday against the Magic. Let's not forget, the man once had a 31 point, 18 rebound performance when he was on the Nets (awkwardly enough, against Drew Gooden when he was on the Bucks).
That said, this was clearly the best game of the Kris Humpthrees era. On a night where the Wizards desperately needed someone to get some points with Bradley Beal out of the lineup, he helped fill the void with 23 points and a career-high five three-pointers. He's made 15 threes in his career, which means one-third of all the threes he's made in his career came in this game.
Lest we forget, Humphries also came through with a pair of blocks tonight, including one near the end of the game that led to a celebration I've never seen before:
Calling it "The Hump Jump" seems appropriate, yet somehow underwhelming.