Kendrick Perkins is one of the biggest trash talkers in the NBA. So it comes as no surprise that he’s gotten under the skin of yet another...
Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins isn’t very popular around the NBA these days. After a game against the Thunder, Golden State Warriors forward Marreese Speights had a few things to say about Perkins. Now Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay has a problem with Perkins.
When asked about the Kings hot start, Perkins kind of dismissed their start reminded everyone that...
Those are definitely some strong statements to make about another person.
Kendrick Perkins’ trash talking has reached new levels but to be fair, Rudy Gay sort of initiated this by certain conversations he had. In an interview, Rudy Gay said the following about Perkins.
“He might as well play with his face painted, he’s a clown to me.”
Here’s Perkins’ response.
Kendrick Perkins has apparently been talking a lot of trash this season, throwing shots at Marreese Speights of the Warriors, the entire Kings team, and others.
According to Slam, Sacramento forward Rudy Gay is not amused and when asked about Perkins he responded by saying “He might as well play with his face painted, he’s a clown to me.”
Kings blogger Blake Ellington posted...
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Notable bad guy Kendrick Perkins said he's making some changes.
No, he's probably not going to stop arguing with referees, and no, he's probably not going to be smiling a lot on the court, but he is apparently giving ground in the locker room.
A season ago when the Chicago Bulls were in Oklahoma City, Bulls' center Joakim Noah wanted to come talk with Thunder guard...
Kendrick Perkins does everything right on this post move. Backs his opponent in, creates space with the shoulder bump, and goes with the usually block-proof jump hook.
The only problem? He went up against super freak Anthony Davis.
I have no idea what Kendrick Perkins’ plan was on this play, but when the guy across from you has alien arms and is working on a 25/10/4/6/4 stat line, it probably won’t end well — especially if you’re name is Kendrick Perkins. While blocking Perkins one-on-one qualifies as light work for Anthony Davis, this
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Kendrick Perkins, the 27th pick overall in 2003 was sent to Boston where is career began to bloom from 2008-2011. During the 2011 season the NBA champion was shipped to Oklahoma City. Since then it seems as if the big man from Texas can’t catch a break.
When most players come under scrutiny they let their game do the talk. Unfortunately for Kendrick Perkins, there is not much...
Kendrick Perkins has fallen on some tough times during his last few seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder. After averaging over 10 points per game with the Boston Celtics in 2009-10, the big man managed just 3.4 points per game last season.
Now, the two best players on his team — Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook — are out due to injury and the Thunder are in trouble.
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Earlier this year Perkins was upset when the Thunder took a team picture without him. Doesn’t look like the message got through. That’s unfortunate it. KD according to Bleacher Report didn’t want to take responsibility.