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Katya Elise Henry Claimed Kyle Kuzma Couldn’t Handle Her (Photos)

Katya Elise Henry Claimed Kyle Kuzma Couldn’t Handle Her (Photos)

Katya Elise Henry and Miami Heat star Tyler Herro have spent a lot of time together over the past couple of months. Due in no small part to them being so vocal and public about their relationship, Henry has developed a sizeable NBA fan base of her own.

Interestingly enough, what some people don’t know about Henry is that Herro isn’t her first NBA beau.

Prior to linking up with him, she was briefly connected to Los Angeles Lakers swingman Kyle Kuzma.

Apparently, things between the two of them did not end on the best of notes.

Following their break-up, Henry seemed to suggest that Kuzma couldn’t handle her.

 

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Fortunately, messy break-up notwithstanding, it appears all parties involved have moved on. Herro and Henry seem to be in a happy relationship and Kuzma is reportedly dating model Winnie Harlow.

A few months back, Herro was accused of being in a weird love triangle featuring Henry and another woman – but he never ended up facing any serious ramifications for that.

Similarly, Kuzma has been linked to new Bachelorette Tayshia Adams – but the extent of their conversations remains unclear.

Interestingly enough, there didn’t seem to be any visible beef between Herro and Kuzma during the NBA Finals. No jawing back forth, no stare downs – nothing. If there were any real, substantive issues there, they likely would have played out. Players have gotten into it over smaller disagreements than the treatment of their women.

Based on that, it’s safe to assume that if any lingering hostility exists on Henry’s part towards Kuzma, it’s probably one-sided at this point and Herro doesn’t really care.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.

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