Seven years after his 72-day marriage to Kim Kardashian, former NBA player Kris Humphries is reportedly “enjoying the single life” as a real estate agent in Minnesota. 

US Magazine reports that Humphries “tries to stay as far out of the spotlight as possible” and “truly wants zero association” with his ex-wife, who filed for divorce on Halloween in 2011. After the split, TMZ reported that Humphries 'knew' Kim had cheated on him with Kanye West when her now-husband failed to make their wedding guest list.

In addition to going from NBA player to real estate agent, Humphries has also become the first franchise partner for Crisp & Green, and he has posted about opening several Five Guys fast-food franchises in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Humphries, 33, played for eight teams over the course of his 13 seasons in the NBA, including stints with the Nets, Raptors, Jazz, Wizards, Celtics, Mavericks, Suns and Hawks. He last played for Atlanta during the 2016-17 season.