The Brooklyn Nets basketball star wed the reality TV beauty in a glittering summer ceremony last year, only to split up just weeks later.
He now accepts the decision to tie the knot with Kim was a ''bad'' one, but he does believe the short union happened for ''a reason''.
In an interview with the new issue of Page Six magazine, he said: ''Some people just make bad decisions and you just know it's not what's meant to be. The decisions that you make, you obviously make for a reason. Everything in life for me has just been moving forward.''
Despite his short marriage, Kris - who was featured heavily in episodes of 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' during his time with Kim - is still hopeful he will have a family and kids of his own at some point, although he has no ''timetable'' for it.
The 27-year-old sportsman admitted: ''I think everyone wants a family of their own one day. You're at the point in your life when all of your friends are married and stuff. For me, at least, everyone runs their own race. You can't put a timetable on it.''