Kris Humphries sells Beverly Hills estate to Neil Kadisha for $8.3M

Kris Humphries and the home at 9922 Anthony Place (Credit: Getty, The Agency)

NBA player Kris Humphries just unloaded his Beverly Hills digs in a slam dunk sale. It sold for $8.25 million — $2 million more than what he paid for the estate in 2015.

The buyer, sources said, is billionaire venture capitalist Neil Kadisha, who married into L.A.’s prominent Nazarian family.

Spanning 3,300 square feet, the Contemporary-style residence features walls of glass, a den with wet bar, and open plan living areas. Built in 1961, it has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.

Jason Oppenheim and Peter Cornell of the Oppenheim Group represented Humphries in the sale. Oppenheim also represented the buyer.

Humphries, who now plays for the Atlanta Hawks, used to be married to Kim Kardashian.