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When you think “Kendrick Perkins” and his grim countenance, you probably don’t think “natural pitchman.” But what if there were a way to make that natural intimidation factor work for him? There just might be… and we know that thanks to milk.
Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder erased an 18-point first half deficit to defeat the San Antonio Spurs and head to the NBA Finals. In the postgame, every Spurs player credited the young Thunder squad and its extremely high talent level. But how did the Thunder get to be so good, so quickly?
Because Craig Sager is a serious journalist, he only does the choice athlete interviews – and few are better than this one with Kendrick Perkins’ son.
Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavericks fell to the Thunder last night, 102-99, and are in a 2-0 hole in their first round playoff series. But there’s one thing from last night the defending Finals MVP and his team can take solace in: he is, finally and definitively, no longer anyone’s bitch.
LeBron James Maintains That LeBron James Is Blamed For Everything, Including You Not Getting Your Preferred Brand Of Milk
Yes, LeBron James is aware Kendrick Perkins called him out for tweeting in awe about Blake Griffin’s dunk over Perkins, and he knows Larry Bird said that to win championships, you’d be better off playing with Kobe than with LeBron. Last night, we found out what LeBron had to say about all this.
If we were Kendrick Perkins, we’d probably be tired of hearing all about Blake Griffin’s huge dunk over us. So it comes as no surprise to us to hear, via Yahoo’s Marc J. Spears, that Perkins indeed wasn’t a fan of some of the hyperventilating excitement that followed the play. And somehow it surprises us even less to hear who, exactly, Perkins had a problem with.
As SportsGrid’s Video Assignment Editor, CJ Fogler’s main job is to grab potentially viral video moments as they happen. But he also takes a lot of screengrabs (and produces a number of animated GIFs) that don’t always make the site. Every Friday, we’re going to share a few of them with you.