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2010-11 record: 55-27 Head Coach: Scott Brooks, who his players really like. Significant Departures: Robert Vaden? Significant Additions: Reggie Jackson, a personal sleeper favorite in the draft at PBT. Best-Case Scenario: The slimmed-down Kendrick Perkins and Serge Ibaka are one of the best defensive frontcourts in the league. Russell Westbrook continues to be one of…
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Post Time: 12-14-2011 at 06:11 PM
Since entering the NBA in 2003, Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins has been known for his hustle, his defensive smarts, his willingness to cover a multitude of defensive sins on the interior, and a wee bit of girth. Perk looked a little doughier in 2010-11 because he was unable to condition his body as usual following a knee ligament tear suffered in the 2010 Finals. With...
Photo: Twitter/okcthunderI just saw this photo in a blog post by Ricky Doyle on Yard Barker and thought holy mad cow diseased dung batman; This isn't the Perk I knew and loved. However, good for Perk for taking initiative and finally getting in better shape. He should now be able keep up with the Thunder's uptempo offense. But no matter how good Perk may look now, he will...
Kendrick Perkins praised Kevin Durant's work ethic.
BY JOHN ROHDE, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.orgKD's work ethic is what sets him apart from others, no words are needed.Read more on NewsOK.com
One of the things NBA fans have been on the look out for, which player was going to return from the lockout not just out of shape but seriously “chunky.” The Shawn Kemp of the 2011 lockout. Instead, it looks like exactly the opposite happened with many.
A couple of the league’s notorious “fluffy” guys have returned in a more svelte package.
Oklahoma City Thunder Kendrick...
These have become my favorite posts to make, so hopefully you all like ‘em! I’ll try not to OD, but I think I’ll be continuing to crank these out pretty frequently. Now, in this edition of The #NBA Is Tweeting, we learn a little bit about the off-court interests of various NBA players such as Andrew Bogut, LeBron James, and Russell Westbrook. We also take a trip to...
After being dealt last season in a package that sent Kendrick Perkins to the Oklahoma City Thunder, it never seemed like Jeff Green had much of a chance to develop a role for himself as a Boston Celtic last year. Some thought this season would be Green's opportunity for that, and it looked even more likely with the departure of Glen Davis as well. Unfortunately though, that...
BY JOHN ROHDE, Staff Writer, email@example.comThere were great expectations with the 2007-08 Boston Celtics. Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen had joined the most storied franchise in NBA history and would join forces with Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo and a 23-year-old center named Kendrick Perkins.Perkins remembers how that training camp felt.Read more on NewsOK.com