- Boston Celtics 2003 - present
Kendrick Perkins plays in the position of Forward-Center. His height is 6 feet 10 inches and weight is 280 lbs. In the NBA (National Basketball Association), he was offered jersey no. 43. From the 2003-04 season till date, he has been playing for Boston Celtics.
Perkins was a student of Clifton J. Ozen High School in Beaumont, Texas. During the 2003 NBA draft, he was selected by Memphis Grizzlies in the 1st round. He was the 27th pick and overall 27th pick.
Perkins played for 2 seasons in the playoffs and in these participated in 31 games and got 659 playing minutes. His field goal percentage was 0.595, 3-point field goal percentage was nil and free throw percentage was 0.661. He gathered 173 points, 159 rebounds, 13 assists and 98 personal fouls.
Perkins has played in 289 games in the NBA, during which he has received 5424 playing minutes. The number of field goal attempts was 1020 and the number of field goals was 548 and thus the field goal percentage was 0.537. He made 6 3-point field goal attempts out of which there were 0 3-point field goals and the corresponding 3-point field goal percentage was nil. There were 480 free throw attempts out of which there were 297 free throws and the corresponding free throw percentage was 0.619. He accumulated 1393 points, 1448 rebounds, 271 assists and 765 personal fouls.
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