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For the moment, the Game 5 status for center Kendrick Perkins is uncertain as the team isn’t sure if he’ll be able to go. If he doesn’t suit up, expect Leon Powe or P.J. Brown to take is starting slot at center opposite Pau Gasol.
Perk strained his left shoulder in Boston’s 97-91 victory Thursday night. He is averaging 4.5 points in the series.