Kris hired Anderson Group Public Relations to guide him through the divorce without severing his image and according to TMZ, Kris has gone his separate way from the company after their conflicting plans for Kris' career post NBA. Sources tell us ... Humphries and Anderson Group Public Relations have decided to end their professional relationship ... due to a major disagreement over a long-term strategy for Kris' off-the-court career. The two sides first came together around the time Kim Kardashian pulled the plug on the marriage -- after 72 days -- and Kris felt he needed for some advice on how to handle his image through the tough times. But after the crisis, Kris and AGPR simply did not see eye-to-eye on a post-Kim game plan. We're told AGPR was unhappy with the outcome of Kris' appearance on "Good Morning America" last month. During the "GMA" appearance, Kris brushed off questions about Kim ... and instead, focused on baking desserts during a cooking segment with his mother. According to our sources, Kris has already taken on a new PR firm in NYC and wants to focus solely on basketball. We're told the relationship with AGPR ended on reasonably good terms ... and both sides REALLY want to stay friends.
Wow, takes a lot of skill, and a great P.R. company to mingle with the Kardashians.