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Video: Kendrick Perkins Injury in Game 6

For those of you who missed Kendrick Perkins injuring his knee during the Game 6 loss to the Lakers, check out video of the injury below:

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2 comments for “Video: Kendrick Perkins Injury in Game 6”

  1. [...] 5:30 remaining in the first quarter of Game 6, Perkins went up for a rebound, and came down awkwardly on his right knee as Andrew Bynum went hard over the top. Perkins [...]

    Posted by Kendrick Perkins Out for Game 7 With Torn MCL & PCL | Sports of Boston | June 16, 2010, 7:21 pm
  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4geaMUOX3w
    watching the replay, if you think about what Kobe is doing on this play, he clearly puts his leg and foot between Perkins legs, then kicks his foot and leg out to throw him off balance. Plays that are dirty/illegal, that end in injury should be looked at very seriously by the league. It isn’t very good basketball when half the players are injured due to dirty illegal plays.

    Posted by Mike | June 17, 2010, 2:03 pm

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