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Chris Webber doesn't appear to believe that Kendrick Perkins is the proper fit for the Oklahoma City Thunder. I say that only because Chris Webber said on NBA TV specifically that he doesn't believe Kendrick Perkins is the proper fit for the Oklahoma City Thunder. In response, Perkins took to Twitter to tell C-Webb to stop hating. That exchange is as follows:
Chris Webber on NBA TV: "I think he [Kendrick Perkins] was a great fit for Boston. But fits are because of the other players you had around him, he had veterans around him. I do not think he's a great fit for Oklahoma. He's not a one-on-one defender. So what does that mean? Well they need a shot blocker in Oklahoma because when they block shots and get out and run they can't stop them."
In response Kendrick Perkins posted the following on Twitter:
So basically Perkins will only accept that kind of criticism from Kenny Smith and now Shaq. Charles Barkley best not get fresh and neither should K...
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The Thunder center believes the ringless TNT analyst should think twice before being too overly critical about Perkins' game.
Kendrick Perkins lost a lot of weight this offseason, but he didn't lose his competitive fire. After beating the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night, Perk decided that he would shift his attention away from the hardwood and towards the small screen, addressing TV analyst Chris Webber for his lack of NBA credentials. Namely, his lack of championships. On Twitter, Perkins wrote...
I was watching NBA TV Wednesday night and don’t recall Chris Webber saying anything out of line, but apparently he said something that aggravated Thunder center Kendrick Perkins.
“I’m tired of Chris Webber hatin on me get a ring first and then I can respect ya comments other wise keep my name out of ya mouth,” Perkins wrote on Twitter after his team’s game.
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The Boston Celtics missed Kendrick Perkins as he was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder mid season. However, when Perkins went to OKC he struggled he was not the same player he was in Boston. Sure injuries had some to do with that but he was still not the same player.
On Thursday morning out of nowhere Perkins called out a NBA analyst on Twitter. Perkins lashed out...
Shoutout to my guys over at CelticsLife for this. In case you didn't know, I write Celtic things over at that website, although at 0-3, its hard to write anything nice these days.
Seemingly out of nowhere early Thursday morning, Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins lashed out at NBA TV analyst Chris Webber for a series of comments Webber made about Perkins that we apparently missed. Perhaps we should have been paying better attention, because C-Webb (one of the finer televised NBA analysts out there, it should be noted) apparently did take Perkins...
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