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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Stephen A. brags about the Wizards-76ers bet he won against Kendrick Perkins | First Take” – below is their description.
First Take’s bet about 76ers vs. Wizards Game 2: https://youtu.be/MqwuJyjHqs4
Stephen A. brags about the Wizards-76ers bet he won against Kendrick Perkins | First Take
Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Kendrick Perkins react to the Washington Wizards losing Game 2 to the Philadelphia 76ers, along with the aftermath of a bet previously made on First Take.
0:00 Stephen A. Smith gloats that he won the bet against Kendrick Perkins.
1:04 Kendrick Perkins highlights the Wizards’ struggles in Game 2.
4:16 Stephen A. outlines the consequences of losing the bet for Perk.
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