Kendrick Perkins sheds light on tension between Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell | Hoop Streams

Kendrick Perkins tells Cassidy Hubbarth and Amin Elhassan why Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell need to work things out for the sake of the Utah Jazz’s success. Perkins says he expects the playoff push at the NBA restart in Orlando to bring Gobert and Mitchell together. Elhassan also points out how the rift between a big man and guard has been one of the oldest stories in basketball.
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