Miami Heat & Kendrick Perkins

The Miami Heat is a professional basketball team based in Miami, Florida, United States. Kendrick Perkins (born November 10, 1984 in Nederland, Texas) is an American professional basketball player who plays as a center for the Oklahoma City Thunder of the NBA. 5.0/5

Miami Heat Kendrick Perkins Dwyane Wade Oklahoma City Thunder Udonis Haslem Russell Westbrook Western Conference Chris Bosh San Antonio Spurs Kevin Durant Oklahoma City Shane Battier Rajon Rondo Serge Ibaka Travis Outlaw Small Forward Luke Ridnour Jeremy Smith

I know some of you Thunder fans will disagree (remember, I'm a Thunder fan too), but Scott Brooks' decision to continue to start Kendrick Perkins against the Miami Heat or any other team that plays with a small lineup is at this point: UNACCEPTABLE.
Kendrick Perkins has another reason to hate the Miami Heat.
The OKC Thunder must hope that tonight's blowout home loss against the Miami Heat was an aberration and not a sign of things to come. Fair or not if the Thunder struggles the blame will squarely fall on Russell Westbrook. The team was winning in dominant fashion when he was out. If he curtails the scoring just slightly in favor of increased assists and better defense the Thunder might be the favorite to come out of the West. IF the Thunder lose in the 1st or 2nd Round I think there might be a real possibility the organization considers trading Westbrook. Perhaps the thinking might be the team doesn't need a scoring point but a more traditional floor leader...like a Rajon Rondo. But you never know...the last time the Thunder traded with Boston they got duped into picking up Kendrick Perkins who just might be the WORST starting center in the NBA.
Another talk about TRADE.there is a realistic trade possibility that would both catapult the Thunder into the driver's seat in the Western Conference and position the Knicks to challenge the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat in the East: Russell Westbrook, Kendrick Perkins and a future second-round draft pick for Tyson Chandler, Iman Shumpert, Raymond Felton and the right to swap future first-round draft picks. What you you guys think of this?!?
In somewhat of a surprise the Miami Heat got blown out by the Oklahoma City Thunder 112-95 in Miami. The Heat jumped out to a 22-4 lead, but they had no answer when the Thunder took Kendrick Perkins out and … Continue reading →
NBA Draft na bukas? :) speaking of Draft.. DYK? Miami Heat's big three all belongs to the same Draft Pool. The 2003 NBA Draft is considered as one of the best draft pool in the NBA's history. Lebron James is the 1st overall pick, Chris Bosh is 4th, and Dwyane Wade as the fith. Not enough? Knicks' Carmelo Anthony also belongs here. Some notable players like Chris Kaman, Kirk Hinrich, TJ Ford, Jarvis Hayes, Mickael Pietrus, Nick Collison, Luke Ridnour, Reece Gaines, David West, Sasha Pavlovic, Boris Diaw, Travis Outlaw, Kendrick Perkins, Leandro Barbosa, Josh Howard, Jerome Beasley, Zaza Pachulia, Kieth Bogans, James Jones, Kyle Korver, and more! ^_^
Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins had surgery for a ligament tear in his left wrist.Perkins was injured in the Western Conference finals against the San Antonio Spurs and played through the injury as the Thunder lost to the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals.The nine-year veteran is expected to be ready for next season.Perkins had surgery on his right groin last week. He partially tore the groin in Game 4 of the first-round sweep of Dallas, although Oklahoma City withheld the extent of his injury until after the season.At the time, the Thunder only called it a strained hip muscle.
The Thunder lost the NBA championship to the Miami Heat, but the team has the respect and adoration of Oklahoma City and the state. Will Rogers Airport was inundated with an estimated 4,000 people to welcome Oklahoma City's NBA team home Friday afternoon.
View the photo Miami Heat Small Forward Lebron James (6) shoots against Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins (5)during the second half at Game 5 of the NBA finals basketball series, Thursday, June 21, 2012, in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) on Yahoo! News. Find more photos in our photo gal...
Attention all Miami Heat fans ( Jeremy Smith). the OKC has done a wonderful job... They should be proud of themselves.. If OKC would have spent the money that the Heat spent then they would be setting pretty now. But you see James wasn't good enough to earn a ring so he had to join a stacked team to even get close to getting one... How do we know that James team was stacked look at the money Miami spent on their team. Lebron James = 16,022,500. Chris Bosh = 16,022,500. Dwyane Wade = 15,691,00 so my point is the money bought James a ring.now let's look at OKC Kevin Durant = 15,506,632 Kendrick Perkins = 7,123,626 Russal Westbrook = 5,082,416.
A position-by-position look at the matchups in the NBA finals between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami Heat: CENTER: Kendrick Perkins vs. Udonis Haslem. Perkins brings the NBA finals experience most of his young teammates lack, having been part of Boston teams in 2008 and ‘10. He had a rare high-scoring night in Oklahoma City’s regular-season win over Miami, scoring 16 points on 8-of-11 shooting. His time on the court in this series could depend on the Heat’s lineups, because with Haslem and Chris Bosh both often more perimeter oriented, the Thunder may need to go small. Edge: Thunder. POWER FORWARD: Serge Ibaka vs. Shane Battier or Chris Bosh. Ibaka has turned into more than just one of the NBA’s top defensive players, having a 26-point outing on 11-for-11 shooting in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals. He is shooting 55.6 percent in the postseason, best among players who advanced past the first round. The Heat have options for their rotation now that Bosh looks back to full strength afte ...
NBA facts you should know the Heats coach Spoelsta was the child star eddie munster on the old T. V. series , Lebron James has signed on to appear in rise of the planet of the apes part 2 there was a breakfast cereal back in the day called Count chocula which was a tribute to Kendrick Perkins of OKC Thunder there also was a cereal Fraken Berry which was a tribute to Mike Miller of the heat barack said if he had a son he would look like Travon Martin no he would look like Shane Battier of the Miami Heat
Updated Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 04:46 PM One Sonic fan's Thunderous quandary Keith Chambers A Sonic fan shares his feelings about the Thunder and his beloved Sonics as Oklahoma City opens the NBA Finals at home against the Miami Heat. On Wednesday night, I was sitting on my roommate’s awesome couch, watching EJ, Shaq, Kenny and Chuck, staring out into nothingness. I know what just happened: The Oklahoma City Thunder came back from a 15-point halftime deficit to eliminate the San Antonio Spurs, 107-99. Kendrick Perkins fired the final nail into the Spurs coffin with a thunderous dunk. Kevin Durant hugged his mama before the game ended. An arena full of people, all with different backgrounds, were going crazy over a team full of people younger than I exceeding reasonable expectations and forcing a team full of grizzled veterans to lose four consecutive games after winning their previous 20. Then it happened. As Kenny Smith was talking about how this team was only the 15th team in NBA history to come bac ...
Game 1: which will be higher, Kendrick Perkins complaints about fouls or Miami heat flops?
Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat with one of the best slam dunks of the season, a spin move and monster jam right on top of Kendrick Perkins of the Oklahoma Cit...
Kendrick Perkins of the OKC Thunder dunks on the Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade and kicks him in the head
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