Kendrick Perkins is impressed with Zion's motor and 'brute energy' | Get Up

Try Zion’s full highlights vs. the Warriors:
Sean Farnham breaks down Zion Williamson’s highlights from the New Orleans Pelicans’ 115-101 win vs. the Golden State Warriors, then Kendrick Perkins explains how Zion’s mixture of brute energy and gracefulness makes him an issue.
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  1. "Nobody" has that Motor on the Offensive and defensive end? How about Russell Westbrook? Yea i know he shoots bricks every now and then but give the man some appreciation too my man. Westbrook is probably the most underapreciated player in the league rn.

  2. He needs to learn how to land with control. Those awkward landings coupled with all the weight he carries will take a toll on his knees and ankles. I would hate to see this young man not reaching his full potential due to injury.

  3. Impressed? I am stunned! We cannot even compare him properly to a legend player. Shaq? Barkley? He is a new kind! I am afraid about his knees. He/Pelicans should invest in a top notch medical/training group focusing only on his health.

  4. Him and Ingram don’t have any chemistry but if they do develop some it would be dangerous. Ingram grabs the ball and immediately looks to shoot he doesn’t look for the best play. All his assists come from getting trapped and having to pass the ball out. Him and Zo are the real duo and pair perfectly.

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