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Kendrick Perkins on KD, Russ: ‘It was never a brotherhood’

From the early-to-mid 2010s the Oklahoma City Thunder served as one of the best teams in the NBA.

Led by Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, that squad consistently stayed in title contention and looked like a dynasty-in-the-making that would survive for many years to come.

Yet, for whatever reason, OKC simply couldn’t break through. Durant and Westbrook, despite their best efforts, just didn’t jive as a unit on or off the court. Eventually, they broke up and went their separate ways – leaving the Thunder laying in a pile of rubble.

During a recent appearance on JJ Redick’s The Old Man & the Three podcast, Kendrick Perkins shined a light on why precisely Durant and Westbrook could never quite get on the same page.

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