Richard Jefferson has always been one of the funniest NBA analysts out there. He flexed his comedic muscles once more during the NBA All-Star Weekend celebrity game as he flamed Kendrick Perkins to perfection.
While on the NBA All-Star broadcast, Perkins was told that Jefferson hadn’t played in a basketball game ever since he retired back in 2018. When asked about when Perk last played, RJ answered for him.
Via Edward Roxas:
Perkins himself could not hold back his own laughter after such an exquisite burn. But while it was a hilarious take, it’s also not entirely false. Kendrick Perkins and Richard Jefferson both retired in 2018.
RJ never made an NBA All-Star game, but had himself a pretty solid 17-year career. During his penultimate season at age-36, he was still playing major minutes in the NBA Finals with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In comparison, Kendrick Perkins played in just one single game during the 2017-18 season. He didn’t play a second during the season before that, and played sparingly for the same Cavaliers with Jefferson in the 2014-15 season at less than 10 minutes a game while averaging four minutes in the playoffs.
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