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ESPN published this video item, entitled “LaMelo Ball vs. Carmelo Anthony: Who is the REAL Melo? Kendrick Perkins has an answer | SportsNation” – below is their description.
On Episode 6 of MasterPerk Theater, Kendrick Perkins weighs in on rookie Anthony Edwards’ potential dunk of the year, the football camper who talked trash to Cam Newton and who is the real “Melo” between Carmelo Anthony and LaMelo Ball.
0:00 Kendrick Perkins gives props to Minnesota Timberwolves rookie Anthony Edwards for his poster slam that many are calling the dunk of the year.
1:10 Perk tells the football camper who talked trash to Cam Newton to “respect your elders.”
2:58 Perk says there is only one Melo between LaMelo Ball and Carmelo Anthony.
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