Perk on the Brooklyn Nets: ‘It’s championship or BUST’ | This Just In

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Kendrick Perkins joins Max Kellerman on This Just In to discuss the latest storylines in the NBA including Dwight Howard being snubbed on the 75th anniversary team, and if the Brooklyn Nets playing without Kyrie Irving is worse than the Philadelphia 76ers playing without Ben Simmons.


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