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Melbourne United NBL star Isaac Humphries thought teammates could shun him after coming out as gay


Aussie basketball star Isaac Humphries opens up on coming out to his teammates and why he feared they wouldn’t speak to him again – only to get a VERY different reaction

When Melbourne United centre Isaac Humphries made the decision to come out to his NBL teammates last week, he knew he was taking a huge risk that left him vulnerable to losing his teammates – or potentially even his basketball career.

The former Atlanta Hawks big man revealed on KIIS 1011’s Jase & Lauren Breakfast Show that he was terrified his Melbourne teammates would not speak…



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