Kendrick Perkins stood all alone as the last player remaining inside the Thunder’s locker room following Wednesday night’s win against Utah.
After answering a steady stream of questions by two lingering reporters, Perkins was free to go home. Free to rest his bones after battling Jazz bruiser Al Jefferson for the better part of 26 minutes. But, as he pushed in his black swivel-style chair, Perkins voluntarily offered up one last bit of insight just before calling it a night.
“Thabo is my new...
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