Found December 18, 2012 on The Last Angry Fan:
Just Perk not giving a f*ck about anything. Not sure what OKC’s Kendrick Perkins was thinking with this follow through against the Spurs last night.  Sure it’s a nice shot and all, but there was no need to admire it like it was a fade away jumper with a hand in your face type shot or anything incredible like that. Perk was probably just trying to keep up with the Wade Boggs Dance Experience. [H/T to Backyard Sports] The post Kendrick Perkins finishes shot with the patented “basketball card” pose appeared first on Last Angry Fan.
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