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Kendrick Perkins Explains Why Snitching In The Orlando Bubble Is Ok

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Kendrick Perkins is earning a bad reputation among NBA fans, pundits, and even players for his hot takes on ESPN and social media. He leaves no stone unturned when making a statement and that has rubbed a lot of people the wrong way more often than not.

This time, the former NBA Champion posted a funny clip of how he'd be snitching if he were in the Orlando bubble in the playoffs, which drew a lot of criticism around the internet, especially from Clippers forward Marcus Morris.

Morris criticized the big man by tweeting "Kendrick Perkins going out bad man. Smh." Perk being Perk, he couldn't le that one slide and address the situation by explaining why snitching is actually good this time:

"This ain’t the Hood bro...this is a business and a job! Think about the equipment managers and training staff that’s relying on their salary to feed their families. Most importantly the people that are sacrificing there health to make this Bubble work!" Perkins replied.

Crazy as it may seem, we stand with Perkins this time. Players and staff must take care of their health and follow simple rules to prevent the virus from spreading and finishing the season on a high note.

They're all adults, they all knew what they were signing up for when they agreed to attend the Orlando bubble. The league even allowed them to opt-out of the season without enforcing any kind of penalties, so now that they signed up, they must follow the rules. It's as simple as that. Everybody hates snitches but this time they could actually save the season.