Kendrick Perkins says Giannis can sustain this level of play all series 👀 | The Jump

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Kendrick Perkins and Richard Jefferson join Rachel Nichols on The Jump to react to Giannis Antetokounmpo’s last two 40+ point games and discuss whether he can sustain this level of play the entire series.

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