Kendrick Perkins Rips ‘No Heart’ Celtics For ‘Selfish’ Showing In Bucks Loss


Kendrick Perkins knows what it takes to win an NBA championship, and quite frankly, he didn’t see any of it from his former team Monday night.

Perkins still pulls for the Boston Celtics, so he was like all other C’s fans watching Monday night’s abomination in Game 4 vs. the Milwaukee Bucks. The Celtics again were no-shows on the defensive end, which paired poorly with a lack of offensive cohesion en route to a loss that has Boston on the brink of elimination.

The former NBA center tweeted his thoughts throughout the game, but he especially hit the nail on the head when talking about the Celtics’ biggest problems.

Perkins seemed unhappy with the Celtics playing “my turn basketball” on offense, while also pointing out rare defensive ineptitude from Al Horford and how the Green were “hanging their heads” during the loss.

Pretty hard to argue with any of that assessment.

Thumbnail photo via Greg M. Cooper/USA TODAY Sports Images

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