Kendrick Perkins is back at it with his bold claims and interesting lists. The former center has now selected his all-time starting lineup and the list features some shocking names, as usual.
This has been a common practice in the league since the NBA suspended the 2019/20 season due to the coronavirus outbreak. Current and former NBA stars revealed their top 5 players of all time and their all-time starting lineup and now it was Perkins' turn.
The former Boston Celtics big man took to Twitter to name his all-time starting five, going with LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Kevin Durant, Kevin Garnett and Shaquille O'Neal.
He had to make some changes of position to make this lineup, starting from LeBron James as the point guard. Bron has been known for his ability to pass the ball and set his teammates up for points. Michael Jordan as the shooting guard, there is nothing to explain there. Kevin Durant, one of the greatest scorers in the league, is featured as the small forward, his initial position when he made it to the league.
Then, Perk selected a former teammate, Kevin Garnett, one of the best power forwards in NBA history. The cherry on top is Shaquille O'Neal, one of the most dominant centers the game has seen.
Perk's changes could work in real life, as Bron was actually playing as a PG for the Lakers this season. This is not the all-time lineup a lot of people would select, but it is indeed a great squad that would create a lot of trouble to anybody.