Kendrick Perkins, nominally on the Cavs roster, is just there to wear a suit and start shit. He’s a large, rude chaperone who escorts the team from Cleveland to the Bay and back, occasionally stepping up to yell at or near Drake or knock knees with Steph Curry. Last night he fully embraced his role during his old OKC…
At the end of the third quarter of Game 2, Steph Curry missed a three and sauntered back towards his bench in front of the Cavaliers. Most of the Cavs let him walk freely, but not Kendrick Perkins, who refused to close his widespread legs and knocked knees with Curry.
Noted Toronto fan (and former failed basketball player) Drake stirred a little beef with Cleveland bench goon Kendrick Perkins during tonight’s Raptors-Cavaliers Game 1. It started with some words at halftime...
One of the last posts to mention Kendrick Perkins on this here blog described him as “a rusty tugboat that washed up onto a basketball court during a hurricane.”
What’s a good way to celebrate sweeping your way through the Eastern Conference Finals and earning a long rest before the start NBA Finals? Partying in a cold tub with your bros, of course!
The Cavaliers beat the Celtics yesterday to advance to the second round of the playoffs, but their victory came at a heavy cost. The NBA has weighed in on various incidents that occurred during the game, and today meted out punishment.
Officials elected not to eject Kendrick Perkins after throwing the Celtics’ Jae Crowder to the floor by his neck while setting a heavy screen in the second quarter of today’s fourth game of the Cleveland-Boston series. Perkins was assessed a Flagrant 1 after video review.
NBA truthers, this is your moment. Kendrick Perkins’s shuffle is your chance to say “He traveled,” and not be seen as a joyless penis. No one will hate you. Well, they probably still will, but not to the usual degree.
LeBron James was amazing, but I would like to draw your attention to another remarkable performance from last night's game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors: That of Kendrick Perkins, a rusty tugboat that washed up onto a basketball court during a hurricane.
Kendrick Perkins, a mummy wrapped in fan belts collected from decommissioned school buses, has signed a contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He should do a lot to increase the Cavs' frowns per minute. [NBA]
The Oklahoma City Thunder are glad they got rid of Reggie Jackson. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are glad; the coach and front office are glad; the fans are glad. By all accounts, by the time they finally traded him yesterday, in a three-way deal that landed him in Detroit, the discontented backup guard had…
Kendrick Perkins is an anthropomorphic pumpjack that somebody taught to play basketball. Anthony Davis is an unofficial member of the Avengers. This is what happens when the former tries to shoot over the latter in the post.
Get off of Mike Miller, Kendrick! He isn't a chair. Ah, what the heck. You deserve a quick breather. Keep workin' hard out there, Perk.
Three days ago, Hasheem Thabeet and a few Oklahoma City Thunder teammates—including Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Serge Ibaka—hung out for some kind of outing. Thabeet posted a photo of the group on Instagram. That part isn't a story. Kendrick Perkins complaining about not being invited, however, is.
The Thunder are streaking, moving to 13-0 at home after winning their eighth straight overall, a clinical 107-95 victory over the Bulls. Chicago is sputtering, having lost 13 of their last 16. Pride and frustration are a volatile mix, and when Bulls center Joakim Noah entered the OKC locker room after the game, things…
A celebration of the NBA's most infuriating players, both past and present. Read other NBA Shit List entries here.
Jamming a finger while playing basketball hurts, and—this might be going out on a limb here—dislocating a finger while playing basketball probably hurts more.
Kendrick Perkins had been lying low since the Thunder were eliminated from the playoffs a few weeks back. His Twitter account, in fact, had been dormant since May 30. But last night, Perkins suddenly let his 55,000-plus followers know he had a dog to offer. And he was in a bit of a hurry to make a sale.
If you want to find the most obvious reason that the Oklahoma City Thunder were unable to advance past the second round of the playoffs, your search will end with the words "Russell Westbrook." But Westbrook's absence wasn't the only thing holding the Thunder back. They also had a much bigger problem—literally if not…
Kendrick Perkins took some time out of his busy basketball schedule to star in a
Tim and Eric sketch advertisement for a local jewelry store in Oklahoma City, Mitchener Farrand Jewelers—"the diamond guys on May" and your "official" NBA jewelry store in Oklahoma City.