‘USA Basketball WILL make a statement against France’ – Kendrick Perkins | The Jump

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The Jump crew reacts to all of Team USA singing Happy Birthday to Kevin Durant even though it isn’t his birthday, if they need to make a statement against France at the Olympics and more.

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