R. RondoG43:389-172-33-4-51493201323 
  R. AllenG34:125-103-62-5-40033100515 
  K. PerkinsC29:030-10-00-2+1108010314
  P. PierceF37:206-142-82-3-121444200516 
  K. GarnettF37:129-130-00-2+1121223100218 
  G. Davis15:290-00-02-2-2202110000
  M. Finley13:562-51-32-2+302002001
  T. Allen13:482-30-02-3-502001101
  R. Wallace10:571-50-13-4-2000001001
  N. Robinson4:260-10-00-0-2010100000

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  1. tb727 says:

    The only question is, will Kendrick Perkins EVER score again haha...

  2. JR says:

    Well in his defense, Karl and MB have asked him not to shoot. lol. He only took one shot. He also had 8 boards, 3 blocks, and shut down the corpse of Jermine O'Neal. His +/- differential with TLC was +33 (for people who care about that). So even though he's not scoring, he isn't hurting the team with bad shots and the team is much more effective when he's on the court.
    Team Perkins

  3. Bohemian says:

    I am surprised no one has mentioned the -20 ;)

  4. JR says:

    LOL Bohemian! I wanted to mention it after you wrote: "I just don't like watching those underachievers with bad attitude as QRich and JO..." but I bit my tongue (or fingers I should say). Haha.

    Again in Perk's defense, luckily 50% of the game (or some would say more) is about defense and the results are that the Celtics do better when Perk is on the court. It's like a pitcher in baseball who can't get a hit, but has a great ERA. Well not exactly, but hopefully someone kind of got where I was going.

    Perk does little things well too. You rarely see him being the guy who forgot to box out and he rarely misses defensive rotations. He also is a threat down low and that spaces the floor better for our outside shooters.
    Team Perkins :)

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