The NBA announced its full range of disciplinary actions on Monday for J.R. Smith’s shot to Jae Crowder, Kelly Olynyk’s tussle with Kevin Love, and Kendrick Perkins’ hard screen on Crowder.
Smith will receive a two-game suspension from the league, while Olynyk will receive a one-game ban to take place in the 2015-16 NBA season. Perkins will be fined $15K for his actions and...
Kendrick Perkins was assessed a flagrant one for this cheap shot and a double technical foul given to both Crowder and Perkins.
Apparently, the officials didn’t like the way Crowder responded to taking TWO shots to the face.
If Perk pulled this stunt back in 2010, he would have been ejected and suspended. But when you are teammates with the Chosen One, no blood, no foul.
(h/t SB Nation)
The Cleveland Cavaliers are about to close out a four-game sweep against the Boston Celtics. One would assume that it’s the Celtics who would show frustration in what will be the team’s final game of the year.
However, Cavaliers big man Kendrick Perkins was the individual responsible for a dirty play against Celtics forward Jae Crowder.
Courtesy of Deadspin
How Perkins avoided...
BOSTON — The Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers have played a very physical first-round series, but the action didn’t get out of hand until the second quarter of Game 4.
With 1:44 remaining in the first half, Kendrick Perkins went to set a screen for LeBron James and decked Celtics guard Jae Crowder to the floor.
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Crowder got up...
TSFJ decided to call out the "worst" players on each of the teams in the NBA playoffs. Why? Because shame is overrated.
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Only five members of the Cleveland Cavaliers have had the opportunity of playing with or against LeBron James in the playoffs: Mike Miller and James Jones (teammates with the Miami Heat), Shawn Marion and Brendan Haywood (2011 NBA Finals with the Dallas Mavericks), and a player that probably knows the most about him even though he has never been his teammate for a playoff game, Kendrick...
We’ve seen plenty of NBA players get away with travels. But Kendrick Perkins might have just re-invented the game.
During an April 2 contest against the Miami Heat, the Cleveland Cavaliers big man received a pass at the top of the post. He then proceeded to pack his bags, hop on a plane and fly to China and back.
Allow Shaquille O’Neal to do the honors on his show, “Shaqtin’...
WATCH: Kendrick Perkins' 9-step travel highlights this edition of "Shaqtin' A Fool!"
https://t.co/tvDm4hycAP — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) April 10, 2015 Shaquille O’Neal led off this week’s always-amazing Shaqtin’ A Fool with this clip of Kendrick Perkins from the Cavaliers recent blow out of the Miami Heat. As one can see, Perkins pretty much does a
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In a land where 270-pound bruisers don’t exactly grow on trees, the Cleveland Cavaliers may soon have two of them on their roster. Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojarowski reports that the Wine and Gold have suddenly become “strong frontrunners” in landing Kendrick Perkins, the 30-year-old center who helped the Boston Celtics win a title in 2008, following an ongoing buyout with...