Oklahoma City center Kendrick Perkins isn’t complaining about being dunked on, or even being tweeted about being dunked on. However, LeBron James’ Twitter reaction, which resembled that of a 13 year old, to Blake Griffin’s posterizing Perkins offended the Thunder big man.
But what would you expect from a man who named his Twitter account “King James?” In his defense, his Twitter background is tastefully dedicated to his fans, not himself.
There was a lot of reaction on Twitter to Griffin dunking on Perkins, including James.
“Dunk of the Year! @blakegriffin just dunked on Kendrick Perkins so hard!!! Wow! I guess I’m No. 2 now. Move over #6,” James tweeted, apparently referring to his own dunk the day before over Chicago Bulls point guard John Lucas III being relegated behind Griffin’s poster-quality jam.
Perkins told Yahoo! Sports that he didn’t appreciate that.
“You don’t see Kobe (Bryant) tweeting,” Perkins said, according to the report. “You don’t see Michael J