For those of you still wondering how the Barclays Center is going to affect life here in good ole Park Slope, you now have your answer: you might be given Key Food gift cards and/or have your groceries packed by Kim Kardashian's ex-husband.
As part of their "Random acts of Kindness" campaign, the Brooklyn Nets team stopped on in at the Key Food Outpost on 7th Ave to help cheer folks up about...well...the fact that they were shopping at Key Food. Though Kris Humphries claimed that it was because they wanted to "meet people in the neighborhoods right around the Barclays Center."
They posed with babies and old ladies and also this dude Pat:
image via NBA.com
I don't know, personally I think this is an awesome idea. The cashiers at Key Food are usually so mean and unhelpful, I would welcome some additional help from some genuine BALLERS.