Kendrick Perkins Gives Ultimate Praise To LeBron ‘He is not human…’

There have been a lot of reports about LeBron James and the end of his career. Analysts keep spreading rumors, and Kendrick Perkins decided to put an end to this.

Perkins reacted to the recent speculation that this season may be the last for the Los Angeles Lakers superstar to achieve great goals. He is convinced that LeBron may continue his top form for a few more years. King James is 35, and he is playing his best basketball. That’s why Perkins believes that LeBron would play a few more seasons. According to him, LeBron is not human.

Perkins took to Twitter to share his opinion on the topic.

LeBron James is not HUMAN. He can keep up this level of play for the next 5 years!!!” he tweeted.

Kendrick Perkins has already done this before

This is not the first time. Perkins has poured words of praise for LeBron on multiple occasions. LeBron would win the NBA Most Valuable Players award this season if former player Kendrick Perkins was to announce the winner.

Giannis Antetokounmpo keeps boosting his numbers, and he was a frontrunner for the award. However, LeBron’s season was impeccable, and he was making a case for himself over the Greek Freak just when the league suspended the season. Perkins said that LeBron has shown a lot to win his vote.

The former Boston Celtics player took to twitter to share his take on the winners of these awards. He also listed LeBron’s teammate Anthony Davis. Perkins backed the three-time NBA blocks leader to earn the Defensive Player of the Year award.

He also suggests that Ja Morant should win the rookie of the year award ahead of Zion Williamson. Jayson Tatum and Dennis Schroder will probably earn the Most Important Player and Sixth Man of the Year awards respectively.

For Perkins, Toronto Raptors head coach Nick Nurse will win the Coach of the Year award. Nurse led his team to the NBA Championship last season. he regrouped players after Kawhi Leonard left the team in free agency. Perkins respects this effort.

Well, let’s see how will the NBA handle the pressure in the next few weeks.