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April 6, 2011

Nets Forward Kris Humphries – and Sly Too – Clean up Prospect Park

The group of about two dozen Nets employees raked leaves while joggers and toddlers alike paused for a better look.

Prospect Heights Patch
by Amy Sara Clark

Like Carl Kruger is fond of saying, "I guess the park, f**k the bridge."

New Jersey (but soon to be Brooklyn) Nets forward Kris Humphries and about two dozen others put rake to the grass yesterday afternoon to help clean up sodden leaves at Prospect Park.

The group of about two dozen, which included several Nets dancers and the team’s mascot, Sly, raked and bagged for about two hours while joggers and toddlers alike paused for a better look, said Prospect Park spokesman Eugene Patron.

And they took the job seriously.

“They went out and they worked – it wasn’t just a photo opp,” he said.


NoLandGrab: "Yesterday afternoon?" We believe Sly Fox is only allowed to be off-leash between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m.

Posted by eric at April 6, 2011 10:13 PM