Kendrick Perkins is Such a Joke He Makes Teammates & Fans Over Celebrate his Baskets
Remember when Kendrick Perkins was a vital piece of teams that wanted to win NBA championships? Those days are gone. These days, the expectations of him are so low that shots he makes in garbage time get a huge standing ovation from fans and his own teammates.
NBA Rumors – Kendrick Perkins Gets to Join a Player he Used to Hate
After finalizing his buyout from the Utah Jazz, Kendrick Perkins will join the Cleveland Cavaliers through free agency, which means he’s going to team up with LeBron James, a player he’s had quite a few encounters with in the past, most of them verbal, or whatever you want to call a Twitter feud these days.
NBA Rumors – Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Hornets & Oklahoma City Thunder Trying to Make Huge Trade Happen
A disappointing start to the season for both the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Charlotte Hornets combined with the attempts of the Brooklyn Nets to try and get rid of expensive deals on their payroll might lead up to a massive three-team trade that will include Lance Stephenson, Brook Lopez and possibly even Kendrick Perkins among other players.
NBA Rumors – Oklahoma City Thunder Deciding Between Kendrick Perkins & Steven Adams
Have we come to the point in which Kendrick Perkins finally stops being a staring center for the Oklahoma City Thunder? Steven Adams, entering his second season in the NBA, is threatening to take over the spot from the veteran big man, who is entering the final season on his contract.
NBA Rumors – Miami Heat Trading for Kendrick Perkins, Drafting Shabazz Napier
With or without knowing what the Big three are going to do, the Miami Heat have plans of becoming better and retooling for another title run, although everything has to do with the decision the trio makes. One course of action is trading for Kendrick Perkins of the Oklahoma City Thunder and finally having a true center to defend the rim, and another is drafting Shabazz Napier from Connecticut, although that is another action in an attempt to please LeBron James.
Oklahoma City Thunder – Something Has to Change
Another season without an NBA title for that seemed destined to be with at least one by now. The Oklahoma City Thunder are great, but so far the tandem of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook is improving individually without getting them to the promised land, while Scott Brooks is taking shots of criticism, Kendrick Perkins is once more looked at as something of a liability and Serge Ibaka might be getting a new starting five partner next to him in Steven Adams.
NBA Playoffs – San Antonio Spurs Need Gregg Popovich to Improve
After every loss we usually hear the same thing: The San Antonio Spurs will be fine because Gregg Popovich will figure out what’s wrong. But in this playoff series against the Oklahoma City Thunder that seems to be quickly slipping away from him and his team, it’s time to point some fingers at the head coach and not just the players who are obviously more than slightly overwhelmed by what’s going on.
NBA Rumors – Oklahoma City Thunder Might Get Some Offense Out of Kendrick Perkins
One of the more glaring weaknesses in the very effective Oklahoma City Thunder offense is the presence of Kendrick Perkins. Despite usually being somewhat of a forgotten man on offense due to his ineffective play, the team and the big man are trying to change that issue, hoping it’ll be enough to carry them into the NBA finals and hopefully the title.
Oklahoma City Thunder – Trying to be the Miami Heat Won’t End With an NBA Championship
When using the perfect vision glasses of hindsight, was trading James Harden the right decision? As of now, no, but titles in the near future, with Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka leading the ship, will change that view on the controversial transaction, with the Oklahoma City Thunder putting the model of the Miami Heat in front of them as something to follow.
Amnesty Clause – 11 NBA Players That Can Still Be Let Go
The deadline to use the Amnesty Clause in 2013 has passed, which leaves only 11 players that can be released that way by NBA teams in 2014, with the Chicago Bulls (Joakim Noah, Carlos Boozer), Memphis Grizzlies (Mike Conley, Zach Randolph) and the Oklahoma City Thunder (Nick Collison, Kevin Durant, Kendrick Perkins) the only teams with more than one potential candidate.