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.
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.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are officially a lightning rod for controversial, bizarre, and unquestionably exciting finishes in these NBA playoffs. After thrilling viewers with a couple of insane comebacks against the Grizzlies in the first round, the Thunder fell victim to an improbable comeback in Darren Collison’s podium game on Sunday, and it appeared that with
After that first round, there was nowhere to go but down. Yet two coaches that were highly criticized for their decisions (or lack there of) went into full nose dive mode as their teams were absolutely handled at home in the first game of the Conference Semifinals. Let’s start with Frank Vogel, perhaps the more
Serge Ibaka nearly gave the Oklahoma City Thunder a huge victory in Game 5 of their series against the Memphis late Tueday night, but the release of his potential game-winning putback was just a tenth of a second too late. Down by one point in the final seconds of overtime, Kevin Durant attempted a long
Are we there yet? Like so many young children on the way to a summer vacation on the coast, NBA fans spend most of their time this year wondering how long they’ll have to wait for a predictable showdown between the Heat and the Western Conference champions this June. You’ve heard the complaints. The postseason
Perennial “Shaqtin’ A Fool” featured player Kendrick Perkins qualified for yet another edition of the blooper reel Saturday night, when he decided that blowing off his wing men during a three-on-two fast break was a good idea. [@JDonSports]
Wait, is it Mozgov’d? Or, is it Perkins’d? We’re not sure. Maybe they’re interchangeable? Either way, I’m sure basketball purist nitwits on the Interwebs will make some sort of proclamation that this not really a dunk — and, thus, not a posterization — because Blake Griffin’s hand didn’t make contact with the rim. Those people
Filed under “Pretty Amusing Things That Happened On Twitter Yesterday”: Former Celtics big man Kendrick Perkins sold his English Bulldog. Seriously. Perkins took to Twitter to announce that he was looking to find a new home for his 10-month old dog because it was too big to be around his youngest child. A timeline of
The Oklahoma City Thunder are experiencing the NBA equivalent of First World Problems these days, as they could realistically field a team of Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Serge Ibaka, a smattering of minimum vets, and still make the Western Conference Finals every year (barring injuries, of course). However, one person definitely not helping in any
It’s a shame the Los Angeles Clippers tanked their first round series with Memphis, because NBA fans were robbed of a potential inept coaching battle for the ages in the conference semifinals between Vinny Del Negro and Scott Brooks. Fortunately, Brooks is showing what could have been in the post-Russell Westbrook injury era, by sticking
Zach Randolph and the Memphis Grizzlies took on Kendric Perkins and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night and things got heated down the stretch. Russell Westbrook was shooting free throws and Perk and Randolph started mouthing at each some very unpleasant things. Both players were ejected and the Grizzlies ended up winning 107-97. The